Dozens more companies—including big banks, retailers and start-ups—have begun to adopt Apple's mobile payments platform, The New York Times reports.» Read More
A memorial to Apple founder Steve Jobs has been taken down in St. Petersburg, Russia, reports The "Squawk Alley" anchors.
Technology is driving business. Leaders with engineering degrees from Ivy schools have an advantage, the CNBC NEXT List reveals.
Does it matter when Apple Watch launches? Lance Ulanoff, Mashable editor at large, and CNBC's Josh Lipton, discuss indications the watch may launch late.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the Apple Watch will go on sale early 2015. CNBC's Josh Lipton discusses if a delay will financially impact the tech giant.
*Russian company removes memorial to Apple founder. MOSCOW, Nov 3- A memorial to Apple Inc founder Steve Jobs has been dismantled in the Russian city of St Petersburg after the man who succeeded him at the helm of the company, Tim Cook, came out as gay. "After Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly called for sodomy, the monument was taken down to abide to the Russian federal law...
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses Apple's investor call today ahead of its potential bond sale.
SAN FRANCISCO/ BEIJING, Nov 3- Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's first full quarterly report card to Wall Street investors on Tuesday will be scrutinized by the hopeful seeking validation for lofty stock price targets and studied by the few skeptics searching for inauspicious signs. Coming off Alibaba's record-breaking $25 billion IPO in September, the company's...
Apple CEO's public announcement that he is gay is sure to have consequences, but NBA player Jason Collins says the impact can only be positive.
Jason Collins, NBA player and NCAA All-American, discusses which NBA players will participate in a relay this year in New York City's Marathon on Sunday.
Jason Collins, NBA player and NCAA All-American, shares his reaction to Apple CEO Tim Cook coming out publicly.
After Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out publicly, Jim Stewart, New York Times columnist, discusses the potential impact globally in the business world.
CNBC contributor Larry Kudlow and former Congressman Barney Frank react to Apple CEO Tim Cook's op-ed in Bloomberg Businessweek, telling readers he is proud to be gay.
Sharing her thoughts on Apple CEO Tim Cook, Suze Orman, says Cook's declaration makes him a better executive and stronger leader.
CNBC's Josh Lipton discusses Tim Cook's essay and the speech he gave earlier this week where he called on his home state of Alabama.
Discussing Tim Cook's influence individually and on cooperate America, with Sarah Kate Ellis, GLAAD CEO.
Kara Swisher, Re/code executive editor, share her opinions on Apple CEO Tim Cook coming out publicly.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed he was gay in a Bloomberg Businessweek essay earlier Thursday. Re/code's Kara Swisher explains whether that could affect Apple's global ambitions.
Iran is one of seven countries where you can be put to death for being homosexual, explains CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Wealth managers, pay attention. Gay and lesbian CEOs may still be few in number—but the ranks of gay and lesbian millionaires and billionaires are growing rapidly.
Trevor Burgess, the first openly gay CEO of a publicly listed bank, thinks Apple CEO Tim Cook is "a tremendous force for change."