The founder of insurance comparison site The Zebra took a risk, and it paid off.
Frequent Apple bear Toni Sacconaghi hiked his price target on Apple shares to $160, 14 percent above the current price.
"They're still learning about how they can influence AR," Loup Ventures managing partner Gene Munster said.
The new red aluminum iPhone is part of Apple's decade-long (RED) campaign.
According to Apple's status page, the store was down for maintenance.
Apple is working on 'digital spectacles,' Bloomberg reported.
Gary Vaynerchuk identifies the platform where you can get attention without overpaying.
The CEOs of Tumblr, Slack, Squarespace, Foursquare and Reddit all signed.
Eric Kim, CEO and co-founder of DOT Incorporation, says the market for technology accessible to the visually impaired is worth $1.5 billion.
This is why Marcus Lemonis says most people may not be cut out for entrepreneurship.
After a rough couple of years, GoPro is embracing the smartphone, CEO Nick Woodman tells CNBC.
The legendary astronaut has some advice for the visionary CEO of SpaceX.
A former U.S. currency regulator has devised a secure mobile payment system using his past job experience.
A Microsoft board seat would be the best way for Hoffman to "serve LinkedIn's long-standing mission in a hands-on way," Hoffman said.
Here's when Marcus Lemonis, Tilman Fertitta and Danisha Danielle Wrighster felt like they had made it.
Marcus Lemonis, Tilman Fertitta and other entrepreneurs share how they turn negative emotion into positive energy.
University researchers have illuminated security lapses in popular consumer devices, including automobiles, New York Times reports.
Snatch, a UK startup, is using the Pokemon Go gaming concept to offer actual physical rewards to players.
The entrepreneur started as an immigrant boy in Queens with nothing but drive.
Intel announced an agreement to buy Mobileye for about $15.3 billion in cash on Monday.
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