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Chip designer Mellanox Technologies is banking on newly unveiled innovations to quell doubts and extend its recent flurry of robust earnings deep into 2016. The Israel-based company, a designer of chips used in servers and data storage systems, has generated strong earnings growth in recent quarters, in part on generational upgrades to high-performance data center computers that are equipped with Intel processors. When industry giant Intel (INTC)
Crude oil's six-month price dive through January and the ongoing U.S. oversupply of cheap natural gas failed to make a significant dent in the outlooks of several companies in the alternative energy industry. Oil's volatility over the last two months, including a steep dive in the past week, has finally begun to chew into the stock charts of some renewables. Oil prices fell roughly 50% during the second half of 2014. They have since recovered to
The first live-bomb drops for Lockheed Martin 's (LMT) F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in a nontest environment were successful as the Marine Corps gets ready to declare the jet combat ready. Fourteen pilots dropped 30 weapons last week over a restricted area in southeastern California, and all of the high-explosive weapons went off. "The weapons employment went extremely well and validated the simulated procedures pilots have been training to and gave
Columbia Pipeline Group (CPGX) was spun off from energy utility company NiSource (NI) on Wednesday and Columbia Pipeline's stock climbed 8% after it declared a dividend Thursday morning. Conversely, shares of former parent NiSource fell as much as 5% after it finished splitting itself into two companies. Columbia Pipeline Group, headquartered in Houston, Texas, owns and operates about 15,000 miles of natural gas pipelines, carrying more than 1