The company blew past even the most optimistic of Wall Street estimates for both revenue and earnings.
Blowout iPhone sales bolster the bull case for shares of Apple, analysts told CNBC.
Demand for Apple's iPhones propelled a 70 percent on-year rise in revenue in China, and analysts are expecting more in the first quarter of 2015.
Apple's breath-taking results should be a welcome relief to investors worried about currency effects.
A European exporters ETF, U.S. Treasurys and even Norwegian oil companies are among the favorite plays from the cross-asset experts in this article.
A British multimillionaire could well be the first person to purchase the so called "holy-trinity" of rare high performance supercars.
There’s a ton of work yet to do if Cook hopes to make 2015 the “year of Apple Pay,” as he enthused on an earnings call.
Greece has distanced itself from European calls to broaden sanctions against Russia, indicating that it could be looking east to Russia for support.
See winter at its harshest.
Just as the superyacht industry recovers, it sails into another storm as rich Russians, hit by the weak ruble, look set to put off buying.
Citibank has reached an agreement with New York Attorney General to change its screening processes for checking and savings accounts.
A comment from an influential CEO is causing Chicago trader Jeff Kilburg to short the market.
You'll get your Apple Watch a little bit later than expected.
With 99 days to go until a general election in Britain, the former Conservative Party leader told CNBC his party was aiming for an outright majority.
U.S. President Barack Obama met with Saudi Arabia's King Salman to pay respects to the late King Abdullah and bolster their relationship.
The day at this company begins very differently from most - a game of foosball or ping pong.
S&P lowered its general obligation rating on Atlantic City to 'BB' from 'BBB+', following New Jersey's appointment last week of an emergency manager.
Three masked men used an SUV to smash their way into a San Francisco Wells Fargo History museum stealing 10 ounces of gold.
Gold is widely seen as a hedge against inflation. William Rhind tells CNBC why the yellow metal could rise despite deflationary forces.
After a day when notable stocks reacted sharply to earnings, CNBC's "Fast Money" traders looked at how to play the big moves.