Laser Stocks List

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Laser Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
May 17 FN Fabrinet: Sustained Demand For AI Networking But Expect Volatility Next Week
May 17 HPQ 2 Stocks to Watch From the Challenging Computer Industry
May 17 CW Northrop (NOC) Rewards Shareholders With 10% Hike in Dividend
May 17 CW Curtiss-Wright (CW) Rewards Investors With Buyback, Ups Dividend
May 17 CW Curtiss-Wright to Participate in Wolfe Research 17th Annual Global Transportation & Industrials Conference
May 16 HPQ Warren Buffett's Berkshire Confirms Apple Sale, Dumps This PC Maker, Finally Reveals Mystery Stock: Here Are The Portfolio Changes To Know
May 16 MSI Motorola Solutions Steers AI Innovation in Public Safety
May 16 IP International Paper Publishes 2023 Sustainability Report
May 16 HPQ HP Catches Cybercriminals ‘Cat-Phishing’ Users
May 16 FN Fabrinet: An AI Play In The Making
May 15 HPQ Berkshire Hathaway reports $6.7B stake in Chubb, divests from HP
May 15 HPQ Berkshire Hathaway's top buys/sells in Q1 includes new $6.7B Chubb stake
May 15 MSI Motorola (MSI) Demonstrates Advanced Solutions at CCW 2024
May 15 CW Curtiss-Wright awarded contracts valued in excess of $130M
May 15 CW 4 Stocks to Watch That Recently Announced Dividend Hikes
May 15 CW Curtiss-Wright Awarded Contracts Valued in Excess of $130 Million to Support Critical U.S. Naval Defense Platforms
May 14 MSI Motorola Solutions Named to Women in Tech Council's 2024 Shatter List
May 14 IP International Paper Declares Quarterly Dividend
May 14 MSI Motorola Solutions declares $0.98 dividend
May 13 MSI Greg Brown, Chairman and CEO, Motorola Solutions to Participate in the J.P. Morgan 52nd Annual Global Technology, Media and Communications Conference

A laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. The term "laser" originated as an acronym for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation". The first laser was built in 1960 by Theodore H. Maiman at Hughes Research Laboratories, based on theoretical work by Charles Hard Townes and Arthur Leonard Schawlow.
A laser differs from other sources of light in that it emits light coherently. Spatial coherence allows a laser to be focused to a tight spot, enabling applications such as laser cutting and lithography. Spatial coherence also allows a laser beam to stay narrow over great distances (collimation), enabling applications such as laser pointers and lidar. Lasers can also have high temporal coherence, which allows them to emit light with a very narrow spectrum, i.e., they can emit a single color of light. Alternatively, temporal coherence can be used to produce pulses of light with a broad spectrum but durations as short as a femtosecond ("ultrashort pulses").
Lasers are used in optical disk drives, laser printers, barcode scanners, DNA sequencing instruments, fiber-optic and free-space optical communication, laser surgery and skin treatments, cutting and welding materials, military and law enforcement devices for marking targets and measuring range and speed, and in laser lighting displays for entertainment.

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