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Intel headquarters in Leixlip, Co Kildare: First established  in 1989, it is now one of its eight chip-fabrication sites worldwide. Intel has thrived in part due to the mantra of “only the paranoid survive”. Photograph: James Forde

If you’ve owned a PC sometime over the last 30 years, you will be familiar with the blue and silver “Intel Inside” sticker. Even if you have not, you (...)

A woman uses a phone near the Samsung Electronics gallery at the Samsung  headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. Photograph: Jeon Heon-Kyun/EPA

Samsung Electronics warned earnings may decline this quarter after the coronavirus outbreak hurt demand globally for smartphones and gadgets, wiping (...)

The flash currency moves came after Apple warned that economic weakness in China and lacklustre iPhone upgrades would weigh on its quarterly revenue. Photograph: Getty

Mounting concerns over the health of the global economy caused dramatic swings in Asian currencies on Thursday, with the Japanese currency surging by (...)

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European shares advanced and US equity futures drifted with Asian stocks as investors hit pause on a selloff triggered by worries over growing threats(...)

Shares in Samsung Electronics surged more than 8 per cent after the firm unveiled the stock split, and closed up 0.2 per cent. Photograph: Ahn Young-joon/AP Photo

Samsung Electronics announced on Wednesday its first stock split and said it expected demand for semiconductors to remain strong in 2018, as it posted(...)

A woman tries Apple’s iPhone 6 at a store in Beijing

Some of Apple’s main Asian suppliers expect revenues and orders to drop this quarter, indicating iPhone sales are almost certain to post their first (...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange wait for the Federal Reserve’s decision in relation to its economic stimulus programme.  Photograph: David Karp

Markets on this side of the Atlantic were again held back by concerns over what the US Federal Reserve would choose to do in relation to its economic (...)