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Dell sweetens tracking stock offer, Icahn drops opposition

10:57pm GMT

Dell Technologies on Thursday raised its offer to buy back shares tied to its interest in software maker VMware to $23.9 billion from $21.7 billion, prompting billionaire investor Carl Icahn to abandon his campaign to scupper the deal.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Dell sweetens VMware tracking stock offer with higher price, board seat

4:28pm GMT

Nov 15 Dell Technologies on Thursday raised its offer to buy back shares tied to its interest in software maker VMware to $120 per share, sweetening the deal for shareholders with an additional $5 billion in cash.

Apple shares drop on iPhone suppliers' warnings

12 Nov 2018

Apple Inc shares fell to their lowest in more than three months on Monday as three suppliers issued warnings on results that pointed to weakness in iPhone sales.

Disney profit boosted by fans flocking to parks, movies

09 Nov 2018

Walt Disney Co results beat Wall Street estimates on Thursday thanks to summer crowds that swarmed into its theme parks and filled theaters showing Marvel movie "Ant-Man and the Wasp."

How Apple is losing its grip on India

07 Nov 2018

BENGALURU Software engineer Samee Alam was ready to take the big leap and buy an iPhone in this week's Diwali festival sales, but at the last minute he opted for cheaper Chinese competitor OnePlus instead.

Apple loses $1 trillion status after soft holiday forecast

02 Nov 2018

Shares in Apple Inc fell 6 percent on Friday, cutting its market value back to less than $1 trillion after it forecast softer-than-expected sales for the holiday quarter and fueled nerves over iPhone sales by saying it would no longer release the figures. | Video

SEC subpoenas Tesla on Model 3 production estimates

02 Nov 2018

Tesla Inc said on Friday it received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission regarding Model 3 production forecasts the electric-car maker made in 2017.

Failing? No, says New York Times after online boost

01 Nov 2018

The New York Times Co , assailed by a U.S. president who brands it as "failing," signed up more than 200,000 paying online subscribers in the third quarter, helping it top Wall Street estimates for both profit and revenue.

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