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Qualcomm is an American wireless telecommunications research and development company, as well as the largest fabless chip supplier in the world, based in San Diego, California.

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    Keith Lerner of SunTrust Private Wealth Management and Phil Orlando of Federated Investors discuss their outlooks for the markets and give tips for boosting your portfolio.

  4. Qualcomm to pay $975M to settle China antitrust investigation

    FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down Qualcomm ’s payment of an antitrust fine to China.

  5. Long-term investing picks

    Live at the World Money Show, FBN’s Charles Payne, Fabian Wealth Strategies’ Chris Versace, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on buy and hold stocks for your portfolio.

  6. Former FCC Commissioner on FCC regulation proposal

    Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell discusses his views on net neutrality and how the FCC’s proposal to regulate Internet providers could play out.

  7. Facebook follows in Apple’s shoes with blockbuster quarter

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  8. Qualcomm 1Q earnings top estimates

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  9. Priceline founder taps into innovation

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  10. Satellite-Internet wars

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  11. Google looks to expand in space

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  12. Safer for investors to focus on U.S.?

    Neiman Funds Management Partner Dan Neiman, RDM Financial Group CEO Ron Weiner, Moneyblock V.P. of Wealth and Asset Management Joe Cusick, Bull Reef Brokerage CEO Scott Shellady and FBN’s Nicole Petallides on the state of the markets.

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  3. Whistle acquires pet-tracking company, raises $15M

    Whistle CEO Ben Jacobs on the company’s new acquisition with Tagg, a new round of funding and what’s next for the company.

  4. Credit Suisse CEO stepping down

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  5. Stocks to watch: SNDK, XLNX

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  6. Should Obama use executive action to raise taxes?

    Strategas Research CEO Jason Trennert argues Obama would use executive action to raise taxes to get even rather than give businesses a competitive edge.

  7. Will net neutrality rules hurt business?

    Rep. Marsha Blackburn, (R-Tenn), Free Press CEO Craig Aaron and Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell discuss how net neutrality rules impact’s business.

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