Samsung teases the first foldable smartphone expected to go on sale this year

Samsung is holding an event on Feb. 20 where it’s expected to unveil its latest family of Galaxy S10 phones. It will also at least tease a foldable phone, according to a video the company posted to YouTube on Monday. Samsung’s video is titled “The Future Unfolds,” suggesting that it will finally make good on promises to sell a phone that can fold. The company revealed a prototype device in November when it promised that a model consumers will actually be able to buy is “coming soon.” Samsung’s f


Samsung is holding an event on Feb. 20 where it’s expected to unveil its latest family of Galaxy S10 phones. It will also at least tease a foldable phone, according to a video the company posted to YouTube on Monday. Samsung’s video is titled “The Future Unfolds,” suggesting that it will finally make good on promises to sell a phone that can fold. The company revealed a prototype device in November when it promised that a model consumers will actually be able to buy is “coming soon.” Samsung’s f
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Samsung teases the first foldable smartphone expected to go on sale this year

Samsung is holding an event on Feb. 20 where it’s expected to unveil its latest family of Galaxy S10 phones. It will also at least tease a foldable phone, according to a video the company posted to YouTube on Monday.

Samsung’s video is titled “The Future Unfolds,” suggesting that it will finally make good on promises to sell a phone that can fold. The company revealed a prototype device in November when it promised that a model consumers will actually be able to buy is “coming soon.” Samsung’s foldable phone is expected to be the first device in the category that will be available for anyone to buy.


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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey teases a feature that would let you edit your tweets

Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said his microblogging site is mulling a new feature that would let users edit their tweets. In an interview with comedian Joe Rogan, Dorsey said Friday that the firm was “looking at” letting users edit their tweets, while still keeping the original version of the post publicly viewable. Explaining how it would work, the Twitter chief said: “You could build it such that maybe we introduce a five-second to 30-second delay in the sending, and within that window


Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said his microblogging site is mulling a new feature that would let users edit their tweets. In an interview with comedian Joe Rogan, Dorsey said Friday that the firm was “looking at” letting users edit their tweets, while still keeping the original version of the post publicly viewable. Explaining how it would work, the Twitter chief said: “You could build it such that maybe we introduce a five-second to 30-second delay in the sending, and within that window
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey teases a feature that would let you edit your tweets

Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said his microblogging site is mulling a new feature that would let users edit their tweets.

In an interview with comedian Joe Rogan, Dorsey said Friday that the firm was “looking at” letting users edit their tweets, while still keeping the original version of the post publicly viewable.

Explaining how it would work, the Twitter chief said: “You could build it such that maybe we introduce a five-second to 30-second delay in the sending, and within that window you can edit.”

He added that letting users edit tweets for longer than that window “takes that real-time nature and the conversational flow out of it.”

In 2017, Twitter bumped up the number of characters that could be typed in a tweet to 280, from a signature 140-character count that Dorsey said was viewed as “sacred” internally.


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Trump teases ‘important announcements’ as he touts ‘very productive’ China trade talks

President Donald Trump on Tuesday hinted at “important announcements” regarding his administration’s high-stakes trade talks with China. Trump tweeted last week that China had agreed to slash the tariffs, although the Chinese government did not confirm or deny it at the time. According to The Wall Street Journal, which cited Chinese officials, Chinese President Xi Jinping has told senior members of his government to follow through on his recent agreement with Trump. The U.S. and China have resta


President Donald Trump on Tuesday hinted at “important announcements” regarding his administration’s high-stakes trade talks with China. Trump tweeted last week that China had agreed to slash the tariffs, although the Chinese government did not confirm or deny it at the time. According to The Wall Street Journal, which cited Chinese officials, Chinese President Xi Jinping has told senior members of his government to follow through on his recent agreement with Trump. The U.S. and China have resta
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Trump teases 'important announcements' as he touts 'very productive' China trade talks

President Donald Trump on Tuesday hinted at “important announcements” regarding his administration’s high-stakes trade talks with China.

“Very productive conversations going on with China! Watch for some important announcements!” the president tweeted.

Trump’s optimistic tweet came soon after Bloomberg News reported that China’s government would consider slashing tariffs on U.S. car imports to 15 percent from 40 percent. Auto stocks jumped on the news in premarket trading. Overall, stocks pointed to a higher open as markets looked to bounce back from last week’s rout.

Trump tweeted last week that China had agreed to slash the tariffs, although the Chinese government did not confirm or deny it at the time. In July, China cut tariffs on auto imports to 15 percent from 25 percent, but then soon hiked duties on U.S.-made cars to 40 percent as retaliation for the Trump administration’s aggressive trade moves.

Other signs of potential progress emerged Tuesday. According to The Wall Street Journal, which cited Chinese officials, Chinese President Xi Jinping has told senior members of his government to follow through on his recent agreement with Trump. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer are the main U.S. negotiators in calls with Chinese negotiators.

The U.S. and China have restarted trade negotiations after Trump and Xi reached a truce in their nations’ escalating trade war. The two leaders spoke during a working dinner at the G-20 summit in Argentina on Dec. 1.

As part of the truce, the U.S. and China agreed to a 90-day window to negotiate some significant sticking points between the world’s two largest economies. As part of the interim agreement, Trump said he would hold off on boosting tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods to 25 percent from 10 percent.

Trump’s tweet Tuesday also came during the battle over a Chinese executive who was arrested in Canada, the same day Trump and Xi dined in Argentina, and faces extradition to the United States. Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Chinese telecom giant Huawei, is being held by Canadian authorities in a case related to the company’s alleged sale of equipment containing U.S. components to Iran in violation of international sanctions on the Islamic Republic.

There are concerns that the Huawei case could upset the delicate but broad trade talks between the U.S. and China, although the renewed talks and Trump’s claims indicate it has yet to disrupt the negotiations.


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The stock market looks like it is due for more pain, even as it teases with comeback rallies

Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG) on Wednesday – just in time for bonds to rally and yields settle back a bit. So with stocks down a quick 4 percent in a week in a way that confounded the crowd, which direction is the “pain trade” from here? But at the moment it still appears the pain trade is to the downside — or, perhaps most diabolically, up first and then down harder. The fact that the market responded to these conditions — that it “bounced when it had to” is a net positive. Thursday’s low, near 2,71


Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG) on Wednesday – just in time for bonds to rally and yields settle back a bit. So with stocks down a quick 4 percent in a week in a way that confounded the crowd, which direction is the “pain trade” from here? But at the moment it still appears the pain trade is to the downside — or, perhaps most diabolically, up first and then down harder. The fact that the market responded to these conditions — that it “bounced when it had to” is a net positive. Thursday’s low, near 2,71
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The stock market looks like it is due for more pain, even as it teases with comeback rallies

The market last week hurt investors coming and going.

The 5.3 percent crunch in the S&P 500 on Wednesday and Thursday took the index back to early-July levels — inflicting buyer’s remorse on anyone who bid into the late-summer rally — while punishing the most popular huge growth stocks of technology the hardest.

In mid-week, an ear-splitting consensus that bond yields would keep rising drove the largest one-day withdrawal from BlackRock’s $53 billion flagship iShares Core U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF (AGG) on Wednesday – just in time for bonds to rally and yields settle back a bit.

Then came Friday’s rescue rally to thwart short-term traders’ geared for a typical Friday flight from risk. The major indexes lost a tentative morning rally only to carry higher in the final hour of trading by 1.4 percent to recoup a quarter of the preceding two-day loss.

(Futures pointed to a higher openingon Monday.)

A week ago, the case was made here that Wall Street’s bears had an openingto pressure the market in the short term, and they surely seized upon it. So with stocks down a quick 4 percent in a week in a way that confounded the crowd, which direction is the “pain trade” from here?

It’s never an unambiguous call — and the market doesn’t always take the path of maximum frustration for the greatest number of investors. But at the moment it still appears the pain trade is to the downside — or, perhaps most diabolically, up first and then down harder.

First, on Friday’s comeback: It was impressive without being decisive. Stocks had quickly become substantially “oversold,” the S&P stretched far below its trend and the vast majority of stocks primed for a bounce. The fact that the market responded to these conditions — that it “bounced when it had to” is a net positive.

Thursday’s low, near 2,710 for the S&P 500, is certainly a plausible short-term low for a trading rally that can recover more of the recent losses.


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Box CEO teases small acquisitions and explains conservative guidance

Box fell more than 7 percent on Thursday after a weaker-than-anticipated second quarteroutlook sparked fears the company’s growth would slow. But CEO Aaron Levie says the enterprise cloud storage company stands to benefit from cloud migration, and may even be in the market for some small acquisitions as growth picks up. Levie says the company has plans to invest more into core technologies, like artificial intelligence, security and workflow, which he could mean small acquisitions in the future.


Box fell more than 7 percent on Thursday after a weaker-than-anticipated second quarteroutlook sparked fears the company’s growth would slow. But CEO Aaron Levie says the enterprise cloud storage company stands to benefit from cloud migration, and may even be in the market for some small acquisitions as growth picks up. Levie says the company has plans to invest more into core technologies, like artificial intelligence, security and workflow, which he could mean small acquisitions in the future.
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Box CEO teases small acquisitions and explains conservative guidance

Box fell more than 7 percent on Thursday after a weaker-than-anticipated second quarteroutlook sparked fears the company’s growth would slow. But CEO Aaron Levie says the enterprise cloud storage company stands to benefit from cloud migration, and may even be in the market for some small acquisitions as growth picks up.

“Wall Street had pretty high expectations about where we would be guiding in the future, but we wanted to issue guidance we knew we could commit to achieving,” Levi said on CNBC’s “Closing Bell.”

“Overall we are seeing incredible momentum in terms of customers moving their content and collaboration systems to the cloud, and we stand to benefit from all that migration,” he added.

Levie says the company has plans to invest more into core technologies, like artificial intelligence, security and workflow, which he could mean small acquisitions in the future.

“We might make small acquisitions ourselves in terms of growing that technology. We are very confident in the position we occupy and just want to expand that from there.”

Box has seen a substantial rise in value this year, up 22 percent year-to-date and close to 37 percent year-over-year. Some investors worry Box may not be growing fast enough to compete with giants like Google and Microsoft, but Levie says Box has been competing all along.

“We have been competing with those big incumbents since the day we started our company in college 13 years ago,” he said. “Our focus has been build a superior product, deliver a better user experience to end users and enterprise IT buyers…and be the world leader in security, compliance and privacy.”

Levy also emphasized the importance of remaining “platform neutral” so as to integrate seamlessly with customers’ other services, and discussed a few techniques he said would drive growth rate by the end of 2018 and into 2019.

“We are going through an evolution of our sales model, where instead of selling the core product to customers, it’s about add-on services and platform capabilities,” Levie said. “That’s going to have the impact of growing average contract value.”


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Elon Musk teases specifications for Tesla’s Model 3, calling it ‘amazing’

Elon Musk hinted on Saturday at working on new bells and whistles for the Model 3, the car billed as Tesla’s ticket to mainstream auto manufacturing, but one that’s been dogged by a production backlog. On Twitter, Tesla’s CEO said that he was working on two separate versions of the car, and called its driving feel “amazing.” Musk’s tease comes as a recent report suggested the Model 3 could take a production leap in spite of its well-publicized woes. If that prediction holds true, then Tesla coul


Elon Musk hinted on Saturday at working on new bells and whistles for the Model 3, the car billed as Tesla’s ticket to mainstream auto manufacturing, but one that’s been dogged by a production backlog. On Twitter, Tesla’s CEO said that he was working on two separate versions of the car, and called its driving feel “amazing.” Musk’s tease comes as a recent report suggested the Model 3 could take a production leap in spite of its well-publicized woes. If that prediction holds true, then Tesla coul
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Elon Musk teases specifications for Tesla's Model 3, calling it 'amazing'

Elon Musk hinted on Saturday at working on new bells and whistles for the Model 3, the car billed as Tesla’s ticket to mainstream auto manufacturing, but one that’s been dogged by a production backlog.

On Twitter, Tesla’s CEO said that he was working on two separate versions of the car, and called its driving feel “amazing.” He hinted at releasing more specifications for the car later Saturday.

Musk’s tease comes as a recent report suggested the Model 3 could take a production leap in spite of its well-publicized woes. Electric car blog Electrek, citing a leaked email from Musk to employees, said it was “quite likely” Tesla will make more than 500 Model 3 cars per day this week.

If that prediction holds true, then Tesla could conceivably hit a weekly production rate of 3500 cars per week. The company is trying to reach a production rate of 5,000 Model 3 vehicles per week by the end of the quarter, but has had to push back that timetable.

Tesla has struggled to ramp up production of the Model 3, which is expected to catapult Tesla into the ranks of mainstream auto producers, instead of a niche purveyor of high-end roadsters.

Musk and his ambitions has come under withering scrutiny, heightened recently by a controversial earnings call in which the billionaire was openly dismissive of analysts questions.

Last month, Musk boasted that Tesla would be cash positive in the second half of this year. However, a number of prominent Wall Street analysts have warned the company is facing a cash crunch, and may need to tap the market sooner rather than later. Goldman Sachs estimates Tesla may require as much as $10 billion in additional capital by 2020.

Tesla’ stock, which shed nearly 3 percent in Friday’s trading session, is down more than to 11 percent year to date.

–CNBC’s Robert Ferris contributed to this story.


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Tesla video teases unnamed vehicle under a sheet, and new Roadster accelerating

A new video Tesla posted to YouTube shows an image of an unnamed vehicle partially hidden by a sheet, and footage of passengers reacting to the acceleration of Tesla’s planned second-generation Roadster. The video, posted Wednesday, first pointed out by electric vehicle blog Electrek, is a stab at generating hype around Tesla’s brand days after CEO Elon Musk behaved antagonistically toward Wall Street analysts during the company’s first-quarter earnings conference call. Some of the viewers on th


A new video Tesla posted to YouTube shows an image of an unnamed vehicle partially hidden by a sheet, and footage of passengers reacting to the acceleration of Tesla’s planned second-generation Roadster. The video, posted Wednesday, first pointed out by electric vehicle blog Electrek, is a stab at generating hype around Tesla’s brand days after CEO Elon Musk behaved antagonistically toward Wall Street analysts during the company’s first-quarter earnings conference call. Some of the viewers on th
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Tesla video teases unnamed vehicle under a sheet, and new Roadster accelerating

A new video Tesla posted to YouTube shows an image of an unnamed vehicle partially hidden by a sheet, and footage of passengers reacting to the acceleration of Tesla’s planned second-generation Roadster.

The video, posted Wednesday, first pointed out by electric vehicle blog Electrek, is a stab at generating hype around Tesla’s brand days after CEO Elon Musk behaved antagonistically toward Wall Street analysts during the company’s first-quarter earnings conference call.

Some of the viewers on the video and in other venues are speculating the vehicle under the sheet is the planned Model Y, a crossover based on the Tesla Model 3 sedan, a $35,000 mass-market vehicle which is in high demand, but which Tesla has struggled to produce.

Tesla was not immediately available for comment.


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Disney teases possibility of even more ‘Avengers’ movies

More “Avengers” movies could be on their way, Disney said on Tuesday, following the globalsuccess of “Avengers: Infinity War”, which has smashed box office records since its release last month. “Avengers: Infinity War,” which brought together more than 20 Marvel superheroes, set a new opening weekend box office record for North America of $250 million when it debuted at theend of April. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo shot an as yet untitled follow-up back-to-back with “Infinity War.” Iger was s


More “Avengers” movies could be on their way, Disney said on Tuesday, following the globalsuccess of “Avengers: Infinity War”, which has smashed box office records since its release last month. “Avengers: Infinity War,” which brought together more than 20 Marvel superheroes, set a new opening weekend box office record for North America of $250 million when it debuted at theend of April. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo shot an as yet untitled follow-up back-to-back with “Infinity War.” Iger was s
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Disney teases possibility of even more 'Avengers' movies

More “Avengers” movies could be on their way, Disney said on Tuesday, following the global

success of “Avengers: Infinity War”, which has smashed box office records since its release last month.

Walt Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger told analysts on an earnings call that the fourth, already announced “Avengers” movie in the Marvel comic book franchise, due to be released in May 2019, would have a “significant conclusion.”

But, Iger added, “Given the popularity of the characters and given the popularity of the franchise, I don’t think people should conclude that there will never be another ‘Avengers’ movie.”

“There’s certainly a lot more stories to tell, a lot more characters to populate those stories with,” he said.

“Avengers: Infinity War,” which brought together more than 20 Marvel superheroes, set a new opening weekend box office record for North America of $250 million when it debuted at the

end of April. The movie has earned more than $1 billion globally, even before it opens in China.

Directors Joe and Anthony Russo shot an as yet untitled follow-up back-to-back with “Infinity War.” That movie is scheduled for release on May 3, 2019. Details of the plot have not been released.

Iger added that Disney would also likely “try our hand at what I’ll call a new franchise beyond Avengers,” noting that there were some 7,000 characters in the Marvel universe that could be explored in film.

Iger was speaking after Disney announced quarterly profits that topped Wall Street forecasts, partly based on the success of Marvel movie “Black Panther.”

Disney already has two other Marvel movies set to be released within the next year – “Ant-Man and the Wasp” in July, and “Captain Marvel” in March 2019.


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Netanyahu teases ‘significant development’ on Iran nuclear deal, sending oil prices higher

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will detail what his office called a “significant development” regarding the Iran nuclear deal on Monday. The announcement sent oil prices higher ahead of Netanyahu’s statement, which is scheduled for 1 p.m. The oil market has been on edge ahead of a May 12 deadline, when President Donald Trump must decide whether to continue waiving sanctions against Iran under the terms of the nuclear deal or restore the penalties. The substance of Netanyahu’s message


Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will detail what his office called a “significant development” regarding the Iran nuclear deal on Monday. The announcement sent oil prices higher ahead of Netanyahu’s statement, which is scheduled for 1 p.m. The oil market has been on edge ahead of a May 12 deadline, when President Donald Trump must decide whether to continue waiving sanctions against Iran under the terms of the nuclear deal or restore the penalties. The substance of Netanyahu’s message
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Netanyahu teases 'significant development' on Iran nuclear deal, sending oil prices higher

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will detail what his office called a “significant development” regarding the Iran nuclear deal on Monday.

The announcement sent oil prices higher ahead of Netanyahu’s statement, which is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET on Monday. The oil market has been on edge ahead of a May 12 deadline, when President Donald Trump must decide whether to continue waiving sanctions against Iran under the terms of the nuclear deal or restore the penalties.

The substance of Netanyahu’s message was not immediately clear, but the liberal Israeli news agency Haaretz said the prime minister could reveal new documents alleging Iran “cheated the world regarding its nuclear program.” The statement will follow an emergency meeting of Netanyahu’s Security Cabinet, Israel National News reported.

The International Atomic Energy Agency has repeatedly confirmed that Iran is sticking to the terms of the 2015 accord, which Tehran negotiated with the United States, China, France, Germany, Russia and the U.K.


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Ford teases Mustang GT500, unnamed off-roader and performance Explorer

Ford released teaser photos of several new models at an event Thursday, after it announced plans to revamp the majority of its lineup by 2020. By 2020, Ford thinks SUVs could account for 50 percent of all vehicle sales. Ford is also beefing up the lineup of its performance division, which includes high-powered and sporty models, such as its ST-badged vehicles. It plans 12 new performance models by 2020, including at least two new SUVs. Here is a look at some of what Ford released.


Ford released teaser photos of several new models at an event Thursday, after it announced plans to revamp the majority of its lineup by 2020. By 2020, Ford thinks SUVs could account for 50 percent of all vehicle sales. Ford is also beefing up the lineup of its performance division, which includes high-powered and sporty models, such as its ST-badged vehicles. It plans 12 new performance models by 2020, including at least two new SUVs. Here is a look at some of what Ford released.
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Ford teases Mustang GT500, unnamed off-roader and performance Explorer

Ford released teaser photos of several new models at an event Thursday, after it announced plans to revamp the majority of its lineup by 2020.

The company continues to shift its focus to where it has typically been strong, in trucks, high–performance vehicles and SUVs. These higher-margin vehicles tend to deliver the cash Ford needs to improve fitness and profitability. That cash will allow Ford to make the considerable investments needed to develop new mobility technologies, such as electrified vehicles and autonomous vehicles.

Ford is reallocating $7 billion in capital from cars to SUVs to take advantage of the recent shift in consumer tastes that automakers and some industry watchers think may be permanent. By 2020, Ford thinks SUVs could account for 50 percent of all vehicle sales. It estimates its own SUV sales to grow 20 percent, twice the industry average, by 2020, the company said.

Ford is also beefing up the lineup of its performance division, which includes high-powered and sporty models, such as its ST-badged vehicles. It plans 12 new performance models by 2020, including at least two new SUVs.

Here is a look at some of what Ford released. Some details or specs were not disclosed.


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