In Tech: New Motorola smartphones; faster future memory chip "We're about delivering great mobile user experiences at a price that doesn't break the bank," Motorola President Rick Osterloh said in an interview. Motorola, which Lenovo bought from Google last year, said the new Moto G will retail in the U.S. for about $180 without a contract. Motorola hasn't announced prices for the Moto X models, but they are expected to be a few...
Source: The Associated Press
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Bull vs. bear: Bank of America shakeup Marty Mosby, Vining Sparks bank analyst, and William Smead, Smead Capital Management CEO and CIO, debate Bank of America as their CFO creates Street reaction.
UPDATE 2-Spurt in retail sales helps SanDisk beat profit expectations July 22- Data storage products maker SanDisk Corp reported a quarterly profit that was double what analysts had expected, helped by higher retail sales and new products. "Expectations were very, very low heading into earnings," Wedbush Securities Betsy Van Hees said, adding that analysts had aggressively cut profit estimates for SanDisk before its quarterly...
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UPDATE 1-Texas Instruments revenue forecast misses Wall Street July 22- Texas Instruments Inc forecast lower-than-expected third-quarter revenue, hurt by weak demand for its chips for industrial and communications equipment and personal computers. Texas Instruments generated about 48 percent of its revenue last year from selling chips to makers of industrial and communication equipment such as factory...
UPDATE 1-SanDisk's profit, revenue beat Street; shares rise July 22- Data storage products maker SanDisk Corp reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue, helped by new products and higher retail sales. However, SanDisk's revenue fell 24 percent to $1.24 billion in the second quarter from a year earlier, hurt by lower sales of solid-state drives. SanDisk's net income plunged to $81 million, or 38 cents...