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    Einhorn and Loeb's hedge funds both decline 5 pct in Aug.

    Reuters – 8:34 PM ET 08/31/2015

    Hedge fund billionaires David Einhorn and Daniel Loeb saw their main funds lose roughly 5 percent in August during a dramatic market sell off, two people familiar with their returns said on Monday. Einhorn's Greenlight Capital fell 5.3 percent, extending the roughly $12 billion firm's loss for the year to 13.8 percent, the sources said.

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    Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight down 5.3 pct in August

    Reuters – 7:42 PM ET 08/31/2015

    David Einhorn's hedge fund Greenlight Capital fell 5.3 percent in August, leaving it down 13.8 percent for the year, after the dramatic market sell-off over the last two weeks, a source familiar with the situation said on Monday. Greenlight said the August decline was driven by bets on Consol Energy (CNX), Micron Technology (MU) and Sunedison (SUNE) and that long and short exposure was cut following the losses. )

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    Drawing a Blank: Americans Have "No Clue" What Computer Memory Is

    PR Newswire – 9:00 AM ET 08/31/2015

    BOISE, Idaho, Aug. 31, 2015  Despite more than half of Americans believing they're ahead of or aligned with current tech trends, nearly 75 percent have "no idea" what computer memory is, according to a new study by GMI Research.

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    China's Unigroup chairman visiting U.S. to discuss Micron bid-sources

    Reuters – 1:47 AM ET 08/28/2015

    The chairman of China's Tsinghua Unigroup travelled to the United States this week to meet with board members of Micron Technology (MU) and try to revive a politically fraught takeover bid of the U.S. chipmaker, people familiar with the matter said.

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    Tech stocks set for solid rebound after 'Black Monday'

    MarketWatch – 7:48 AM ET 08/25/2015

    Nasdaq futures rally 4.4%, outperform S&P and Dow average. After a dreadful day for technology stocks on Monday, the sector looks set for better times once U.S. markets open on Tuesday. In premarket trading, shares in technology companies were among the biggest gainers.

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    Fear and loathing are the main themes in this week's top business stories

    MarketWatch – 4:28 PM ET 08/23/2015

    Stocks and oil get throttled, while an Ashley Madison leak ramps up anxiety. MarketWatch rounded up the 10 most important news events of the past week. We focused on market-related issues, but we've included other subjects of interest to readers.

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    A quarter of S&P 500, a third of Dow in bear territory

    MarketWatch – 3:12 PM ET 08/20/2015

    One out of four stocks on the S&P 500 Thursday are firmly in correction territory, or down 20% or more off their 52- week highs. At last count, 133 stocks on the index are bearish, according to FactSet data, paced by Freeport-McMoran Inc. (FCX), Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK), and Consol Energy Inc. (CNX), which are all down more than 70% from their 52- week highs. Other notable stocks down 50% or more from their 52- week highs include Keurig Green Mountain Inc. (GMCR), Micron Technology Inc. (MU), and Wynn Resorts Inc..

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    Micron Tech's stock drops to near two-year low after analyst downgrade

    MarketWatch – 11:55 AM ET 08/20/2015

    Micron Technology Inc.' s stock dropped 5.4% in active midday trade Thursday, putting it on course to close at the lowest level since Sept. 3, 2013, after Robert W. Baird& Co. downgraded the semiconductor company on concerns over industry demand and pricing. Analyst Tristan Gerra cut his rating to neutral, after being at outperform for the last 14 months. He slashed his stock price target 58% to $15, which is 0.3% below current levels, from $36. Gerra said average content of dynamic...

  9. Micron Technology's stock drops 4.8% to lead S&P 500 losers after analyst downgrade

    MarketWatch – 9:34 AM ET 08/20/2015
  10. Micron Technology stock price target cut to $15 from $36 at RW Baird

    MarketWatch – 7:46 AM ET 08/20/2015
  11. Micron Technology downgraded to neutral from outperform at RW Baird

    MarketWatch – 7:46 AM ET 08/20/2015
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    Micron Technology downgraded at Wedbush Securities on DRAM industry concerns

    MarketWatch – 8:40 AM ET 08/17/2015

    Micron Technology Inc. (MU) was downgraded at Wedbush Securities, which cited concerns that supply-and-dynamics for dynamic random-access memory isn't likely to improve. Analyst Betsy Van Hees cut her rating to neutral from outperform and slashed her stock price target to $19, which is 12% above Friday's closing price, from $26. Van Hees said industry checks suggest cost cuts won't outpace declines in average selling prices until mid-2016. She expects benefits from PC...

  13. Micron stock price target cut to $19 from $26 at Wedbush Securities

    MarketWatch – 8:20 AM ET 08/17/2015
  14. Micron Technology downgraded to neutral from outperform at Wedbush Securities

    MarketWatch – 8:20 AM ET 08/17/2015
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    Micron Technology to Host Analyst Conference

    GlobeNewswire – 4:00 PM ET 08/10/2015

    Micron Technology, Inc. (MU), will host an analyst conference on Friday, Aug. 14, 2015. Micron Technology, Inc. (MU), is a global leader in advanced semiconductor systems. Micron and the Micron orbit logo are trademarks of Micron Technology, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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    Introduction of New Memory Technology - Report on Micron Technology

    PR Newswire – 9:35 AM ET 08/10/2015

    NEW YORK, August 10, 2015 ACI Association has initiated research coverage on Micron Technology Inc. (MU). Select highlights from the internally released reports are being made available to the general public, with access to the entirety of the research available to new members. Today, membership is open to readers on a complementary basis at the following URL: http://www.aciassociation.com/?c=MU.

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    Global macro hedge funds rebound in July, some stock funds fall

    Reuters – 6:03 AM ET 08/06/2015

    (Repeats story first published on Aug 5, text unchanged) By Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Nishant Kumar BOSTON/LONDON, Aug 5 (Reuters) - Big hedge funds that bet on currencies and interest rates had their best July in years, according to figures obtained by Reuters, while the performance of stock-picking hedge fund managers was mixed due to market gyrations. The returns put most prominent macro-focused hedge funds into the black for the year, after losses in April and June, but they still lag their equities-focused rivals year-to-date, according to the figures. Among the biggest global macro hedge fund winners in July was Robert Citrone's Discovery Capital Management and Cantab Capital Partners Quantitative Fund, which gained 5.88 percent and 6.25 percent during the month, respectively. Winton Futures Fund, which manages about $12 billion, gained 4.4 percent in July, taking its year-to-date return to 2.4 percent, the data showed. And Ray Dalio's Bridgewater Associates' Pure Alpha fund gained 2 percent in July and is up 9 percent for the year. In general, global macro funds gained an average 2.3 percent after dipping 2.7 percent in June, HFR data showed. It was "their best performance since July 2011, as managers were positioned for gains in European and U.S. equity markets, gains in U.S. dollar and declines in commodities," said Bruno Schneller, chief investment officer at fund group Skenderbeg Alternative Investments. Hedge funds with a more stock-picking approach had a mixed performance in July, as stock market gyrations fueled by debt crisis fears in Europe and trouble in China's once booming stock market put some into the red. Among the losers were David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital, Larry Robbins' $14 billion Glenview Capital, and Barry Rosenstein's Jana Partners, off 6.1 percent, 2.1 percent, and 0.3 percent, respectively. Stock-picking winners, however, included William Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management, up 6.6 percent; Mark Kingdon's Kingdon Capital, up 2.4 percent, and Chase Coleman's Tiger Global, up 3.7 percent. Despite the mixed performance in July, stock-picking hedge funds are showing stronger returns year-to-date than global macro funds. Kingdon, for example, is up more than 15 percent, while Pershing Square, helped by gains in Herbalife, is up 10 percent. See table below: MACRO FUNDS July YTD Discovery 5.88 1.22 Bridgewater 2 9 Cantab 6.25 -0.09 Winton 4.4 2.4 STOCK-PICKERS Kingdon 2.4 15.8 Pershing 6.6 10 Tiger 3.7 4.6 Viking 3.8 9.6 Glenview -2.1 5.7 Jana -0.3 1.3 Corvex -1.6 NA Greenlight -6.1 NA Citadel 2.5 12.05 Multistrategy Tremblant 1.5 9.2 (Reporting by Svea Herbst-Bayliss; Editing by Richard Valdmanis and Andrew Hay)

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    Global macro hedge funds rebound in July, some stock funds fall

    Reuters – 3:04 PM ET 08/05/2015

    By Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Nishant Kumar BOSTON/LONDON, Aug 5 (Reuters) - Big hedge funds that bet on currencies and interest rates had their best July in years, according to figures obtained by Reuters, while the performance of stock-picking hedge fund managers was mixed due to market gyrations. The returns put most prominent macro-focused hedge funds into the black for the year, after losses in April and June, but they still lag their equities-focused rivals year-to-date, according to the figures. Among the biggest global macro hedge fund winners in July was Robert Citrone's Discovery Capital Management and Cantab Capital Partners Quantitative Fund, which gained 5.88 percent and 6.25 percent during the month, respectively. Winton Futures Fund, which manages about $12 billion, gained 4.4 percent in July, taking its year-to-date return to 2.4 percent, the data showed. And Ray Dalio's Bridgewater Associates' Pure Alpha fund gained 2 percent in July and is up 9 percent for the year. In general, global macro funds gained an average 2.3 percent after dipping 2.7 percent in June, HFR data showed. It was "their best performance since July 2011, as managers were positioned for gains in European and U.S. equity markets, gains in U.S. dollar and declines in commodities," said Bruno Schneller, chief investment officer at fund group Skenderbeg Alternative Investments. Hedge funds with a more stock-picking approach had a mixed performance in July, as stock market gyrations fueled by debt crisis fears in Europe and trouble in China's once booming stock market put some into the red. Among the losers were David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital, Larry Robbins' $14 billion Glenview Capital, and Barry Rosenstein's Jana Partners, off 6.1 percent, 2.1 percent, and 0.3 percent, respectively. Stock-picking winners, however, included William Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management, up 6.6 percent; Mark Kingdon's Kingdon Capital, up 2.4 percent, and Chase Coleman's Tiger Global, up 3.7 percent. Despite the mixed performance in July, stock-picking hedge funds are showing stronger returns year-to-date than global macro funds. Kingdon, for example, is up more than 15 percent, while Pershing Square, helped by gains in Herbalife, is up 10 percent. See table below: MACRO FUNDS July YTD Discovery 5.88 1.22 Bridgewater 2 9 Cantab 6.25 -0.09 Winton 4.4 2.4 STOCK-PICKERS Kingdon 2.4 15.8 Pershing 6.6 10 Tiger 3.7 4.6 Viking 3.8 9.6 Glenview -2.1 5.7 Jana -0.3 1.3 Corvex -1.6 NA Greenlight -6.1 NA Citadel 2.5 12.05 Multistrategy Tremblant 1.5 9.2 (Reporting by Svea Herbst-Bayliss; Editing by Richard Valdmanis and Andrew Hay)

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    New SAS Solid State Drive First Product from Seagate Micron Alliance

    Business Wire – 8:01 AM ET 08/04/2015

    Seagate Technology plc (STX), a world leader in storage solutions, today announced the availability of the 1200.2 Serial Attached SCSI Solid State Drive.

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    Micron Broadens Storage Portfolio for Customers With New SAS Solid State Drive Family for Data-Intensive Applications

    GlobeNewswire – 8:00 AM ET 08/04/2015

    Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) today announced a new portfolio of SAS solid state drives that are workload-optimized for customers demanding continuous availability of their enterprise applications, such as data analytics, financial transactions and media streaming.

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