Stocks are mixed, with the Nasdaq the lone index logging gains.
Carl Icahn and Southeastern make a rival offer, and they're not pulling any punches.
US markets seem set to finish this strong week on a higher note as the Japanese currency slumps to 4.5 year low.
Tech stocks are out of favor, and cheap as a result. But the sector should get a boost -- starting in the year's second half -- as corporations start spending their IT budgets.
The appointment of Renée James as president demonstrates the board's commitment to a new strategy to help take Intel chips into new devices.
The number of public sector jobs has shrunk by more than 700,000 on his watch. It grew by 1.75 million during George W. Bush's terms. Here's why.
How much bigger can supposed portable devices get?
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