Rackspace Scores Spot on Top 100 List and 4 Chip and Big Data Stocks on the Move

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): Current Price: $22.51

The company is likely to report Q4 earnings after close on Thursday, January 17, with a conference call that is scheduled for 5:00 pm ET.

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Broadcom Corp. (NASDAQ:BRCM): Current Price: $35.15

The company has partnered with Micromax Informatics Ltd. to launch its new range of quadcore-based 3G smartphones in India. This news was confirmed by Vikas Jain, Business Director, Micromax, adding that the device range will possess the most recent features. “We will be launching the device by March this year and the range will start from well below INR 5,000,” Jain stated.

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QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM): Current Price: $65.17

Qualcomm has reacted to its rival Samsung’s most recent entry into the mobile CPU market as it announces the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa, which is an 8-core mobile processor that is based on architecture from ARM Holdings. Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs claims that Samsung’s promotion of the chipset is a misleading publicity stunt.

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ARM Holdings plc (NASDAQ:ARMH): Current Price: $41.37

The company’s stock has been downgraded by from an Overweight rating to an Equal Weight rating.

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Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (NYSE:RAX): Current Price: $77.36

Three San Antonio companies made it to the top 40 of Fortune’s latest “100 Best Companies to Work For” ranking. Rackspace Hosting was given a No. 34 ranking on the list, followed by NuStar Energy LP (NYSE: NS) at No. 38 and USAA at the 40th place.

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