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Walter Piecyk, BTIG analyst, provides his thoughts on Apple's outlook and what it has to do to gain market share.
Chris Caso, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst has the play on Apples fourth quarter earnings beat despite lower guidance growth.
This is our favorite stock, says Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, providing his outlook on the tech giant's growth rate amid growing competition.
Apple profit and margins slid despite selling a solid 33.8 million iPhones in its September quarter.
Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research, provides a look at what he is expecting to see from the tech giant's quarterly results.
Activist investor Carl Icahn netted huge profits on his Netflix sale this week as well as increasing his position and presence in Apple. CNBC's Mary Thompson takes a look inside Icahn Enterprises.
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CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Bill Gross' tweet about how Carl Icahn should be spending his time more like Bill Gates. David Goldman, head of Americas for Reorient Group, and Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, weigh in on Icahn's philanthropic contributions.
Is Carl Icahn using his time and money wisely, and can he really affect change at Apple? The "Fast Money" traders share their opinions.
Discussing what will move Apple's stock, with Will Power of Robert W. Baird.
Carl Icahn has upped his stake in Apple, and reiterated he wants to see a bigger buyback of Apple shares. The "Street Signs" crew discusses how Icahn is utilizing Twitter.
Carl Icahn argues Apple has much more cash on hand than it needs to fund its business needs, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
The "Fast Money" crew debate investor Carl Ichan's sell discipline and what investors can learn by following him.
Apple analyst, Chris Caso, Susquehanna Financial Group, and Andrew Slimmon, Morgan Stanley, react to Carl Icahn's move on Apple and the tech giant's future products.
Billionaire Carl Icahn asked Apple to commence an immediate tender offer to the tune of $150 billion in a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday morning.
When an investment grows more than five times, it's time to take your chips off the table, billionaire investor Carl Icahn says of his sale of Netflix stock.
Buying back $150 billion worth of stock and ongoing innovation at Apple are not mutually exclusive, activist investor Carl Icahn says.
While Apple CEO Tim Cook has been doing "a great job," the company's board of directors is not doing "an obvious thing" by increasing a stock buyback, activist investor Carl Icahn says.
If Apple doesn't do a buyback, Carl Icahn, Icahn Enterprises chairman, says he will test the waters on a "proxy fight." He thinks the stock is very "undervalued," and intends to up his stake in the company, which currently stands at $2.5 billion. CEO Tim Cook is doing "great job," he says, but it is derelict to not do a buyback. The activist investor also weighs in on Netflix and Herbalife.
Apple is undervalued and a massive buyback of shares is a "no brainer," billionaire investor Carl Icahn said on Thursday.