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Apple just invested $10 million to make aluminum with a ‘completely new process’

Apple's been working on the process since 2015, when three of its engineers went in search of a cleaner, better way of mass producing aluminum. Now, it's joining Alcoa and Rio Tinto in a new joint venture called Elysis.

Alcoa whiffed on earnings and the stock is tanking

Alcoa, a maker of aluminum, kicked off earnings season with a miss for both earnings per share and revenue.

Alcoa beats earnings expectations, shares jump

As usual, Alcoa unofficially kicked off the busiest reporting season on Wall Street.

Alcoa beats on earnings, misses on revenues

Its revenues fell 15% year-on-year. A 6% gain was offset by a 21% decline caused by low alumna prices and the strong dollar.

Alcoa is getting crushed

Alcoa generated revenue of $5.25 billion, which was a bit lighter than the $5.30 billion that was expected.

Industrial giant Alcoa has bad news about China

Almost all of Alcoa's operating segments are expected to do worse than previously forecast in China.

Alcoa whiffs, and the stock is tumbling

The aluminum giant last week announced it is splitting into two publicly traded companies.

The Wall Street firms that advised Alcoa on a bunch of acquisitions are now advising on its split

Morgan Stanley and Greenhill are working on the split of Alcoa into two companies.

MORGAN STANLEY: Here’s what Alcoa is worth when you split up the company

Analysts broke down the segments' valuations in a note last week.