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  • The Apple Store in Los Angeles, California.

    Some of the biggest hedge funds that helped make Apple a stock market darling lost faith and dumped their stakes in the fourth quarter, fueling the massive drop in the iPhone maker's share price.

  • Three of Dell's largest investors joined Southeastern Asset Management on Friday in objecting to a $24.4 billion buyout of the No. 3 PC maker led by Chief Executive Michael Dell, sources said, as opposition grows to the largest buyout since the start of the financial crisis.

  • London hedge funds Odey Asset Management and Egerton Capital are among those upping their bets against Monte dei Paschi di Siena in recent days, after revelations the troubled Italian bank faces heavy losses.

  • BlackRock has taken an $80 million stake in Twitter, a person with knowledge of the deal said. BlackRock will buy shares directly from early Twitter employees seeking to liquidate their stock holdings and options.

  • Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California.

    Even though it is widely viewed to be undervalued Apple shareholders could still be in for more rough times if technical strategists are right.

  • EU Approves Spain Bank Restructuring, Opens Door to Aid

    Spain's largest bank Santander will cut 3,000 jobs following its planned merger with its Banesto subsidiary, Cinco Dias reported on Friday, citing sources from unions and close to the bank.

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    Thursday won the dismissal of a New York lawsuit by 26 hedge funds that accused the German automaker of causing more than $1 billion of losses by cornering the market in Volkswagen AG shares.

  • Global investors are betting Washington will overcome its budget deadlock despite an apparently serious setback. Republican lawmakers rejected a proposal on Thursday by their leader, House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner, designed to extract concessions from President Barack Obama.

  • Lloyd Blankfein

    The financial industry should not go “overboard” in cutting costs in reaction to current market conditions, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs has warned, a day before the bank is poised to announce one of its smallest ever groups of new partners. The FT reports.

  • Map of Silicon Valley

    The start-up boom means there are more freshly minted millionaires looking to manage their wealth. And Wall Street firms are happy to help, for a fee. The New York times reports.

  • Inside Legg Mason's Business

    For the second quarter, Legg Mason plunged 25% as customers pulled money out of the markets and the company's investments lost value. Discussing the current state of business is Mark Fetting, Legg Mason chairman/CEO.

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    Banks are rolling over wealth management investments to finance real estate and local government projects, raising red flags

  • The financial sector has failed to keep up with the broader market's rally off the mid-March lows, and that means something has to give, according to Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Management's chief technician.

  • Investors would do well to start preparing themselves for rising inflation in the U.S., and the best way to do that is to invest in U.S. banks, according to Michael Yoshikami, CEO and Founder of YCMNET Advisors.

  • Investors would do well to start preparing themselves for rising inflation in the U.S., and the best way to do that is to invest in U.S. banks, according to Michael Yoshikami, CEO and Founder of YCMNET Advisors.

  • The "Mad Money" host details a stock that's "firing on all cylinders."

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    Earlier this week Simon Derrick at Bank of New York Mellon drew comparisons between 2011 and 2008 and found similarities such as high oil, rising euro zone rates and bailouts (of banks in 2008, countries in 2011).

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

  • The Lightning Round is extended in this CNBC.com exclusive feature.

  • This financial services stock saw shares climb to a three-year high while many option contracts changed hands, trader Pete Najarian said.