Tag: Durable Household Products

Samsung set to announce $17 billion chip plant in Texas

Samsung Electronics Co. plans to build a roughly $17 billion chip-making plant in Taylor, Texas, according to people familiar with the matter, a mega investment by the South Korean tech giant, as the Biden administration pushes for an expansion of U.S. semiconductor production. An announcement could come as early as Tuesday, people familiar with the matter said. Gov. […]

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The Dow is on track for its best October in 6 years and third-quarter earnings are strong so far. What could go wrong?

A traditionally troublesome month is turning out to be anything but for the stock market…so far. Who would have thought, based on the way things ended last month, and the start to the first full week of October, that investors would be sitting pretty now. Certainly not Dennis Gartman. Yet, here we are. Look at […]

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A California investment firm went from near ruin to managing over $100 billion: Its turnaround may offer solutions to the ‘Great Resignation’

An earlier version of this article included the incorrect year of death of one of WCM’s key partners. The error has been fixed. The story also clarifies details related to the company’s late-1990s buyout when it had $200 million in assets under management. Portfolio managers Peter Hunkel, Paul Black, Mike Trigg, and Sanjay Ayer of […]

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What does a mature streaming service look like? Netflix is about to show us

Netflix Inc. proved to the world that streaming video could be a big business. Now it will show the world what that business looks like when it hits maturity. Netflix’s growth stage hit warp speed during the COVID-19 pandemic, then fell off in the first quarter after nearly a year of staggering growth. When the […]

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Opinion: Don’t expect an economic boom, because there’s little pent-up consumer demand

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (Project Syndicate)—As the second vaccine shot went into my arm, I could almost taste the instant gratification of deferred desires. Having done without for nearly a year, it was time to indulge. While I was lucky enough—actually, old enough—to be included in the first wave of inoculations, the rest of America is […]

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