Here’s Why Intel Is Dropping $15 Billion in Capital Expenditures This Year

Chip giant Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) is one of the few companies left that both designs and manufactures its own chips. Chip manufacturing is a complex task that requires substantial investments in both research and development to determine how to manufacture smaller and faster chips as well as in the factory space and equipment required to build…

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Yale economist: Here’s how likely it is that bitcoin will become worthless

Bitcoin captured the attention of investors, celebrities and even NFL players in 2017, as its price soared from below $1,000 for a single coin at the start of the year to over $19,000 in December. The digital currency underpinned by blockchain technology — a decentralized ledger managed by a network of computers through complex math…

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Cramer: Here’s why China won’t boycott Apple as part of its trade war with the US

“Apple could pull out of China,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” However, Cramer added that is also unlikely because China is a major market for Apple. China accounts for the company’s second-largest source of revenue, according to FactSet, behind only the U.S. “A boycott is something everyone expects will happen, and it doesn’t…

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