Microsoft is behind in phones and tablets but will find a way to get ahead.
Ex-British Telecom CTO Peter Cochrane says divergence, not convergence, is the future of IT.
With the president winning a second term, investors expect more easing from the Fed.
News reports say the Mac maker is considering a move to the same chips used in the iPhone and iPad.
Patient investors might benefit from the chip-maker's heavy investment in touch-panel controllers. A beaten-down stock adds to the allure.
Management and model matter more to individual companies and their share prices.
The chip-maker's stock is at long-term support, but it needs strong management to pull it out of a hole.
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