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Health Care : Life Sciences Tools & Services | Large Cap BlendCompany profile

IQVIA Holdings Inc., formerly Quintiles IMS Holdings, Inc., provides integrated information and technology-enabled healthcare services. The Company operates through segments, including Commercial Solutions; Research & Development Solutions, and Integrated Engagement Services. The Commercial Solutions segment offerings include national information offerings, sub-national information offerings, technology solutions, and workflow analytics and consulting services. The Research & Development Solutions segment provides biopharmaceutical development services. It offers project management and clinical monitoring, clinical trial support services, Q2 solutions, and strategic planning and design. The Integrated Engagement Services segment offerings include healthcare provider engagement services, patient engagement services, and scientific strategy and medical affairs services. The Company has its operations in the Americas, Europe and Africa, and the Asia-Pacific.

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Apple falls to third place behind Microsoft, Amazon in market cap

4:05 pm ET December 6, 2018 (MarketWatch)
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Apple Inc. (AAPL) once again lost its position as the most valuable U.S. company to Microsoft Corp. (MSFT), after its shares fell 1.1% in Thursday's session amid renewed fears about China tensions and weak iPhone demand. The company finished Thursday's session with a market cap of $829 billion, behind Microsoft (MSFT) at $838.3 billion and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) at $830.9 billion. Microsoft shares rose 0.6% in Thursday trading and Amazon's stock gained 1.9%. The three companies have been jockeying for the top spot in recent weeks, following years of Apple's dominance. Microsoft and Amazon have been closing the gap as they continue to show strong growth in their cloud-computing businesses (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/its-apple-vs-the-cloud-in-race-to-be-the-worlds-most-valuable-tech-company-2018-12-04). At the same time, there is fresh concern about Apple's ability to continue sustaining iPhone demand at high price points. Apple shares have gained just 3% so far this year, while Amazon's stock has risen 45% and Microsoft's has gained 27%. The S&P 500 is up 0.8% in that time, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average , of which Microsoft and Apple are components, is up 0.9%.

-Emily Bary; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

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December 06, 2018 16:05 ET (21:05 GMT)

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