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Samsung (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF)

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SSNLF $1,110.00 0.00%
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Today's Open $0.00
Previous Close $1,110.00
Daily Range $0.00 - $0.00
52-Week Range $0.00 - $0.00
Market Cap $163.5B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 89
Average Daily Volume 100
Current FY EPS $134.40

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Why Corning, Inc. Just Cracked Earnings Expectations (Again)

For the fourth quarter in a row, the glass maker offered rock-solid earnings. Here's how.

Samsung Gets Silicon Valley Backing in Its Legal Battles Against Apple

Facebook, Google, and Hewlett-Packard back Samsung versus Apple in their high-profile patent disputes.

Apple, Inc.'s Tech Peers Back Samsung in the Patent Wars

Five tech giants are backing Samsung in its patent battles against Apple.

Apple Isn't the Only Company to Blame for Samsung's Poor Earnings

Other smartphone makers using the Android operating system are seeing their shipments increase.

Google Inc. Gains A Key Ally In The Internet of Things

Qualcomm and Google take a big step towards unifying IoT communication standards.

Apple Pay Gets a High-End Competitor

Samsung is looking to compete with Apple Pay with its new service.

Apple is Converting a Key Group of Android Buyers to the iPhone

Analysts at CLSA report Chinese smartphone owners are increasingly favoring Apple's handset.

Will Samsung's Next Giant Phone Feature a Qualcomm Processor?

Samsung's decision to ditch Qualcomm for the Galaxy S6 took a toll on the chip giant's stock. Will that change with its newest handsets?

Apple and Samsung May Partner Up to Help Consumers

The two phone makers are working with a consortium of carriers to give consumers more choice.

Apple, Inc. and Samsung Are Teaming Up Against a Common Enemy

Switching carriers can be a big pain for consumers, and the two biggest smartphone makers want to make the hassle a thing of the past.

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