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Linear Technology
29 мая, 15:55

Analog Devices (ADI) Q2 Earnings: What's in the Cards?

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) will report second-quarter fiscal 2017 results on May 31,before the bell.

20 марта, 16:30

Analog Devices, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Canada Goose Holdings and Lululemon Athletica highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

Analog Devices, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Canada Goose Holdings and Lululemon Athletica highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

20 марта, 11:42

Bull of the Day: Analog Devices (ADI)

Bull of the Day: Analog Devices (ADI)

14 марта, 15:00

Analog Devices (ADI) Completes Linear Technology Buyout

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a leading supplier of analog and DSP integrated circuits, has completed the acquisition of Linear Technology.

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10 марта, 00:29

Telecom Stock Roundup: Verizon Offers FiOS as Prepaid Plan, Sprint Add Sling TV on Unlimited Data Plan

Most of the major telecom stocks lost value last week, in line with the broader market (the S&P 500). This was largely because of the possibilities of an interest rate hike next week by the Federal Reserve.

07 марта, 15:37

DISH Network to be Added on S&P 500: Is the Stock a Buy?

DISH Network Corp. (DISH) to be added on the S&P 500 GICS (Global Industry Classification Standard) Cable & Satellite Sub-Industry index effective prior to the open of trade on Monday, Mar 13.

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07 марта, 09:33

Акции Dish Network войдут в состав S&P 500

Как стало известно, акции американского провайдера спутникового телевидения Dish Network войдут в состав S&P 500, а бумаги Linear Technology будут исключены из данного индекса. Изменения вступят в силу до открытия торгов в следующий понедельник, 13 марта. Заметим, что на фоне данных сообщений акции Dish Network подорожали в ходе вчерашней послеторговой сессии на 5%.

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07 марта, 07:34

Акции Dish Network войдут в состав S&P 500

Как стало известно, акции американского провайдера спутникового телевидения Dish Network войдут в состав S&P 500, а бумаги Linear Technology будут исключены из данного индекса. Изменения вступят в силу до открытия торгов в следующий понедельник, 13 марта. Заметим, что на фоне данных сообщений акции Dish Network подорожали в ходе вчерашней послеторговой сессии на 5%.

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22 февраля, 17:39

Top Ranked Growth Stocks to Buy for February 22nd

Top Ranked Growth Stocks to Buy for February 22nd

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17 февраля, 17:14

Analog Devices (ADI) Hits 52-Week High on Strong Q1 Results

Share price of Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) rallied to a new 52-week high of $82.57, eventually closing a bit lower at $81.97 on Feb 16.

13 февраля, 16:56

Analog Devices (ADI) Q1 Earnings: What's in the Cards?

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) will report first-quarter fiscal 2017 results on Feb 15, before the bell.

07 февраля, 22:22

Ametek (AME) Q4 Earnings Match Expectations, Revenues Top

AMETEK Inc.'s (AME) fourth-quarter 2016 earnings of 58 cents per share came in line with the Zacks Consensus Estimate.

02 февраля, 17:55

Is Amazon Threatened by the Proposed Tax Bill in Arkansas?

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) might have to drop one of its competitive strategies against brick-and-mortar stores in Arkansas if a proposal advanced by an Arkansas Senate panel on Wednesday is accepted.

30 января, 17:26

WESCO (WCC) Beats Q4 Earnings Estimates, Lags Revenues

WESCO International, Inc.'s (WCC) fourth-quarter 2016 adjusted earnings per share (EPS) of 96 cents beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 2.1% or 2 cents.

27 января, 17:29

KLA-Tencor (KLAC) Beats on Earnings and Revenues in Q2

KLA-Tencor Corporation (KLAC) reported second-quarter fiscal 2017 earnings of $1.52 a share, topping the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.41. Earnings were up a massive 46.2% from the year-ago quarter.

19 января, 20:56

Top Analyst Reports for Gilead Sciences, Las Vegas Sands & Illinois Tool Works

Top Analyst Reports for Gilead Sciences, Las Vegas Sands & Illinois Tool Works

18 января, 21:00

Security Goes Beyond the Military and James Mattis Knows It

Last week, #Maddog was a top trending hashtag during General Mattis' (ret.) Senate confirmation hearing for Defense Secretary. While this nickname may be ideal for social media discourse, it's completely inadequate to describe what James Mattis and other military leaders have experienced over the course of the last two decades. Incoming Secretary Mattis is a strategic thinker who understands how US strength is a cooperative endeavor. Today's military readiness, in fact, requires it. As we move through the rubble of campaign rhetoric into a new administration, the best way to support our own disrupted democracy will be to understand today's security threats and the individuals who are in charge of protecting us. Always look beyond hashtags. Remember, General Mattis served during a pivotal time of transition at the end of the Cold War, when old notions of strength changed dramatically. From the end of World War II until 1991, strong militarily states were the threat. Our Cold War policy of deterrence relied on mutually assured nuclear destruction. In those days, security risks looked linear, technological and even predictable--a Soviet Army on the border of East Germany. In contrast, today's security risks look chaotic, human and even random--a teenager in Minneapolis targeted online, cultivated by peers and recruited by ISIS. Today, weak and collapsed states pose dangers that can't be solved using the methods of the last century. It used to be that military power was measured through the application of force. But in the modern world, deadly force is often counter productive. Fixating on it as the sole solution will make our problems worse. After all, to an ISIS fighter, "I'm going to kill you" isn't a deterrent, it's an incentive. Today's defense strategy must recognize that the definition of modern power includes the ability to influence positive change. Incoming Secretary Mattis knows this. His active duty experience happened during the globalization of national security: Terrorism, malevolent ideology, state corruption, cyber attacks, disruptive climate, human migration, contagious disease, nuclear material proliferation. These are mutual threats and powerful countries know that they must be addressed collaboratively by helping willing partners build inclusive governing systems. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the world's most successful military alliance partly because it supports these activities. Secretary Mattis wants to focus on building a strong military to fight and win our nation's wars. That's a fine goal, but to truly achieve a modern security strategy, we must fully embrace non military methods of prevention as the necessary foundation of the larger objective. If we don't, the military will continue to be dragged out of its remit and into crisis management. Promoting social cohesion and local resilience are the goals of prevention. Socially cohesive societies work for the well being of all their members. Resilience is the ability to navigate successfully through disruption and change. These are usually tasks for people in normal clothes, not uniforms. In order to focus clearly on prevention, we'll need a more precise division of labor in our national security. To stress this point, here is a list of what military leaders and other policy types have called the modern battlespace since 1991. (I derived this list from my time spent working on Capitol Hill 97-06) These imprecise labels describe situations where violence lurks everywhere and the lines between civilian and military are blurred. No matter what we call it, these terms describe a military coping with an overwhelming set of global responsibilities. Nearly all of them imply helping or creating space for competent and trustworthy governments i.e. ones that can build social cohesion and resilience: Military Missions Other than War (MMOTW) Cooperative Threat Reduction Peacekeeping Peace and Stability Operations Peace Enforcement Four Block War Nation building Mass Atrocity Response Operation Fourth Generation Warfare Asymmetric Warfare Civilian Security Population security Stability and Support Operations Complex Contingency Operations Expeditionary Operations Formative Engagement Preventive Defense Unconventional Warfare Shaping Stability Phase Zero Hybrid Warfare Counterinsurgency Global Convergence Irregular Warfare post Conflict Reconstruction Persistent Conflict Low Intensity Conflict Gray Zone Feral Cities Countering Violent Extremism "CVE" Murky, urgent and potentially violent situations are not going away. Barring a comprehensive push for prevention, the blurred lines in our strategy will continue to cause policymakers to default to the military. The coming years are going to present us with a whole menu of threats caused by grievance and despair. The goal of ISIS and other violent extremist groups is to manage chaos where it exists and create chaos where it does not exist. The goal of Russia, it seems, is to degrade and destabilize democratic systems. Other chaos creating trends--refugee flows, climate disruption, disease--continue. The only way we can truly get in front of these threats is through a comprehensive focus on prevention. A primary driver of violent extremism is predatory governing. We should be seeking and supporting alternative structures to contain and share power. It doesn't have to be called "democracy," but our strategy does have to be local, legitimate and atuned to emerging opportunities for cooperation. It for sure shouldn't use the word "counter" as that signals use of force and will limit participation. US troops were recently stationed in Poland. Russia's actions against democracy is putting our best chances at successful, modern government at risk. American troops are fighting ISIS in the region of Northern Iraq. Our military has a considerable set of ongoing responsibilities. For this reason, we must double down on non-military methods of prevention, not back away from them. Our goal should be to help countries out-govern the extremists in their midst. This is not a job for the use of force, or even just for the US government. It will require the private and public sectors, humanitarians and diplomats, students and citizens. It will require even more cooperation and support among our allies. Only a concerted surge can spur an upward virtuous cycle of life chances for more people. Most important, it will mean that the new administration and Congress must fully fund our civilian agencies--the diplomats at the State Department and our experts at the US Agency for International Development. "Maddog" Mattis is a military man through and through. But he fully understands that the challenges we face will require supportive teamwork beyond the military. Look beyond individual personalities and understand that our government is made up of many experienced and principled leaders that deserve your support. If you still believe in America, help our governing institutions work. Incoming Secretary Mattis can uniquely make the case for a modern national security strategy--one that insists on prevention-- to all of our political leaders. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.