What Next for Qulacomm After Trump Blocks Takeover?

What Next for Qulacomm After Trump Blocks Takeover?
“The proposed takeover of Qualcomm QCOM by the Purchaser (Broadcom – AVGO is prohibited, and any substantially equivalent merger, acquisition, or takeover, whether effected directly or indirectly, is also prohibited,” the presidential order read. The order was purportedly based on the national security findings of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), but some news reports indicated... Read More

Why The Bears Need to be Afraid

Why The Bears Need to be Afraid
(New York) In a refreshing article given the relative doom and gloom over the last month, Barron’s has published a piece arguing that it is the bears, not the bulls, that need to be afraid of the equity market right now. The view is based on technical analysis. Many might be interested to learn that rather than the technical indicators... Read More

Cisco Roundup: Cybersecurity Report 2018, Trade War Impact

Cisco Roundup: Cybersecurity Report 2018, Trade War Impact
Trade war concerns have escalated since President Trump said he intended to charge a hefty tariff on imported steel and aluminum. But Cisco set aside those fears and also presented the Cisco Cybersecurity Report 2018 Cisco Cybersecurity Report 2018 Cisco CSCO recently released its annual cybersecurity report. Based on a survey of 3,600 chief security officers and security operations leaders... Read More

Walmart Bets on Grocery Delivery

Walmart Bets on Grocery Delivery
Walmart (NYSE: WMT) is the largest seller of groceries in the U.S. In 2016, the company accounted for nearly 15% of all U.S. grocery sales, twice the market share of the next-largest competitor. More than half of Walmart’s domestic revenue comes from groceries. Despite this dominance, Walmart isn’t sitting on its hands. The company recognizes that the grocery market and... Read More

Hudson Pacific (HPP) Inks a Lease Renewal with InvenSense

Hudson Pacific (HPP) Inks a Lease Renewal with InvenSense
Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. HPP announced a major lease renewal in Silicon Valley with InvenSense, Inc., a supplier of micro-electro-mechanical systems sensor platforms. Particularly, this lease, which runs through April 2025, involves 139,336 square feet of office space at 1745 Technology Drive. This space is a part of company’s Concourse office complex in San Jose. The prior lease was set... Read More