Stocks are mixed as optimism about a plan to help Spain's banks is tempered by profit warnings from tech companies.
Shareholders meet at the BlackBerry maker's annual meeting. The chip-maker lowers its forecast.
The company may be producing its own tablets to drive Dell and others to innovate.
With good enough hardware, Windows could do some damage.
Stocks are mixed as elections in Greece fail to significantly calm investors.
Hewlett-Packard comes in at No. 2 as the US reclaims the lead spots.
The move will help Nvidia maintain its dominant market share in discrete desktop GPUs.
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