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Is Tim Cook's latest move good for the company? Bill George, Harvard Business School professor, weighs in on Cook's business strategy and what's in store for the corporate leader in the future.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on today's top business headlines; including Goldman Sachs removing Apple from its conviction list; and the latest details on Dell's buyout deal.
Some of tonight's biggest headlines, with CNBC's Seema Mody. Christy Setzer, New Heights Communications and conservative strategist Ron Meyer, discuss the Obama administration's strategies to saving money.
Dell is saying proposals from both Blackstone and Carl Icahn are risky, and Napster creator & Facebook co-founder Sean Parker is preparing for a medieval-themed wedding. CNBC's Bob Pisani and John Carney, discuss.
Should investors expect to see a dividend increase coming from Apple? Will Power, Robert W. Baird analyst, weighs in.
Apple may finally do something big with some of its $137 billion cash pile, said Legg Mason Capital's Bill Miller.
Discussing how the U.S. can get the economy moving, with Jack Welch, Former GM CEO. "If Washington comes together, we could have a very strong half of the year," he says.
Jack Welch, Former GM CEO discusses why he loves Twitter, and shares his thoughts on what Apple and other companies should be doing with their cash.
Former GE CEO Jack Welch says Apple deserves better than the treatment its getting from David Einhorn, who is pressuring the iPhone maker to cough up dividends.
Should you bet on stocks or the value plays, with Reggie Middleton, BoomBustBlog.com, and Rakesh Agrawal, reDesign.
Apple has held talks with Beats Electronics on a potential partnership involving Beats' planned music-streaming service, three people familiar with the situation told Reuters.
The Dow is down 1 percent from its all-time closing high, with the FMHR traders; and CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on what Apple's CEO Tim Cook is addressing at the shareholder meeting today. Also, CNBC's Mary Thompson reports how gambling stocks are faring after New Jersey legalized online gambling.
Francesco Guerrera, Wall Street Journal, explains what Apple's CEO needs to say that will indicate he's getting the company back on track. And, Mikey Campbell, AppleInsider editor, weighs in on innovation and what an iWatch may look like.
Investors are anxious to hear what CEO Tim Cook plans to do with the company's $137 cash load, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
As BlackBerry launches the first smartphone from its make-or-break BB10 line in India, one of its most loyal markets, the company faces new competition from a formidable rival.
A judge has ruled for Greenlight Capital in a dispute with Apple over the proxy filing, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Nat Brown, Xbox co-creator and iOS App Developer, explains the changes in the gaming industry if Apple brings gaming to its Apple TV platform.
Peter Misek, Jefferies & Company, says Apple will introduce a program that allows developers to write apps for Apple TV.
Apple CEO Tim Cook did not address the numerous questions weighing on the minds of investors – and apparently company's stock price - at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference in California.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook is speaking on the company's cash "hoard," and its battle with hedge fund manager David Einhorn. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the stock is reacting.