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Samsung (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF)

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Today's Open $0.00
Previous Close $1,200.00
Daily Range $0.00 - $0.00
52-Week Range $1,000.00 - $1,500.00
Market Cap $176.8B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 110
Average Daily Volume 42
Current FY EPS $141.63

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1 Company Benefitting From Android Pay and the New Samsung Galaxy S6 Design

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3 Apple Watch Questions for Apple Inc. on March 9

Questions about health-tracking features, battery life, and whether Apple Watch can stand alone should be on investors' minds.

It's Official: Apple, Inc. Is The Top Smartphone Vendor In The World

The tables are turning within the smartphone market, as Apple just overtook primary rival Samsung in volume. Now, the Mac maker is the smartphone king in more ways than one.

1 More Way Qualcomm Inc. Is Challenging Apple Inc.

As a component vendor, Qualcomm aims to make smartphone hardware a commodity. Snapdragon Sense ID is the latest development in that journey.

3 Key Features Missing in the Samsung Galaxy S6

By following Apple's lead, Samsung may have just alienated its biggest fans.

The 1 Thing Microsoft Corporation Must Get Right With Its Low-End Windows Phones

Will Windows 10 be a game changer for Microsoft in the low-end smartphone market?

Why the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Need to Be Samsung's Best Smartphones Ever

Samsung is quickly falling behind Apple. Its latest flagship smartphones need to turn things around.

Meet GoPro Inc.'s Newest Enemy: Xiaomi

After toppling Samsung in the Chinese smartphone market, Xiaomi now plans to challenge action camera maker GoPro.

Can HTC and Valve's Vive VR Headset Compete Against Facebook Inc.'s Oculus Rift?

HTC and Valve just unveiled the Vive VR headset. What does this mean for other VR hopefuls such as Facebook and Google?

1 Potential Problem for Intel Corporation's Broxton Chip

Intel has told investors that Broxton, a new chip coming in 2016, will finally enable it to be competitive in the high end of the smartphone market. However, lack of cellular baseband integration could stop this part dead in its tracks.

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