Mattel Inc. sank the most in six weeks after another shake-up at the top of the toymaker, with Executive Chairman Ynon Kreiz replacing Chief Executive Officer Margo Georgiadis, who stepped into the role just 14 months ago.
Georgiadis is leaving to become CEO of genealogy-research company A
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Though it was hardly a secret going into April that iPhone X sales have come under pressure following a strong start, chip giant Taiwan Semiconductor's (TSM) guidance and earnings call commentary suggests the slump is even more pronounced than many previously believed.
While many names recently have been pummeled, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been surprisingly defensive. Does that make Microsoft stock a buy or is it only a matter of time before it gets hit too?
From its highs, Microsoft stock is off about 7.2%. That’s actually better th
U.S. stock-index futures pointed to a modestly higher open on Tuesday, though caution and volatility were expected to remain elevated after a broad selloff in the previous session took the S&P 500 below a key technical level and erased the Nasdaqs gains for the year.