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TSMC closes closely between US and China when Intel falls behind

There are only three companies that can produce super-advanced chips in the world: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), California-based Intel and South Korea Samsung. Advanced chipmaking is rare and specialized because it is incredibly expensive to continue to compete at the highest level. This week, TSMC ( TSM ) rose to new heights in Taiwan after Intel ( INTC ) …

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European equities look more attractive to investors.

Europe has a bad rep with investors. For years, asset managers and banking strategists have plagued the region with the anemic growth rate and the shaky political union and driven investors away. Now a crisis has become an unlikely investment opportunity as the region appears to have dealt with the pandemic. better than any other part of the world. In …

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ViewRays (VRAY) CEO Scott Drake in Q2 2020 Results – Revenue Call Transcript

ViewRay, Inc. (NASDAQ: VRAY) Q2 2020 Results Conference Call July 30, 2020 4:30 PM ET Corporate Participants Michaella Gallina – Vice President and Head-Investor Relations Scott Drake – President and Chief Executive Officer Zach Stassen – Chief Financial Officer Shahriar Matin – Chief Operating Officer Conference Call Participants Anthony Petrone – Jefferies Jason Bednar – Piper Sandler Suraj Kalia – …

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Donald Trump promises to ban TikTok from the United States

Donald Trump has promised to ban TikTok, the Chinese-owned video sharing app, from operating in the United States when his administration completed a national security review of the company. The move, announced by Trump as he flew back to Washington from Florida on Friday night, is likely to increase geopolitical tensions with China further. It could also ruin, or at …

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"Tentative" shoppers are here to stay

Under Armor & # 39 ;s stores, it reopens across the county after being forced to close due to the Covid-19 crisis, but customers do not show up as they used to, according to the retailer's CEO. "The consumer is there, but they are still not near pre-Covid levels … there is hesitation there," under Patrik Frisk, CNBC's CEO Sara …

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With a few exceptions, Dawdle states to protect labor rights

It has been more than two years since the Supreme Court ruled that state unions must obtain the explicit approval of employees before taking fees or charges out of the paycheck. Only recently have a small number of states begun to implement the logic of Janus v. Afscme. Michigan has now gone to great lengths to ensure workers' freedom. Credit …

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Trump says he wants to ban TikTok

"As far as TikTok is concerned, we are banning them from the United States," Trump told reporters while aboard Air Force One. Trump said he could use economic force or an executive order. It was not immediately clear what such an order would look like. "Well, I have that authority," he said. Earlier on Friday, people working on the case …

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