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Samsung (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF)

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SSNLF $1,286.85 0.00%
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Today's Open $0.00
Previous Close $1,286.85
Daily Range $0.00 - $0.00
52-Week Range $1,000.00 - $1,500.00
Market Cap $189.6B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 0
Average Daily Volume 147
Current FY EPS $141.63

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News & Commentary

Samsung's Smartphone Shipments Are Back on Top, But Apple Shouldn't Worry

Apple had a great iPhone quarter, but Samsung moved a whole lot more phones.

Samsung Reclaims the Title of World's Largest Smartphone Vendor, but the News Isn't All Good

Although there are caveats, Samsung is the No. 1 smartphone vendor once again, knocking Apple down to No. 2.

Will Budget Mobile Devices Boost Intel Corporation's Sales in China?

Let’s take a deeper look at Intel’s mobile strategy for the Chinese market.

Why Samsung's 14-Nanometer Exynos Yields Probably Aren't That Great

Analyst Mehdi Hosseini claims that Samsung is seeing high yields on its 14-nanometer Exynos chips; here's why that doesn't seem right.

Is Intel Corporation Out of Samsung Smartphones for Good?

Intel's stand-alone modem opportunity doesn't look big.

Apple Watch Teardown: 3 Surprising Revelations

Here are 3 things investors should know about the Apple Watch’s innards.

Microsoft Is Selling More Lumia Phones and Making a Long-Term Play for Smartphone Leadership

The company is following an unsexy but sensible path.

Cirrus Logic, Inc. Diversifies and Destroys Q4 Targets

The audio chip specialist is leaning a little less on primary customer Apple these days, opening the door to brand new markets.

How Corning Inc. Achieved Its Latest Earnings Beat

But shares of Corning are down slightly.

3 Surprises From Sony's Xperia Z4 Flagship Phone

It might surprise you to learn that the company still makes smartphones.

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