The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.» Read More
*Dropped brands include Cisco, Apple, McAfee, Citrix. BEIJING, Feb 27- China has dropped some of the world's leading technology brands from its approved state purchase lists, while approving thousands more locally made products, in what some say is a response to revelations of widespread Western cybersurveillance. Others put the shift down to a protectionist...
Apple Inc s rose $1.63 or 1.3 percent, to $130.41. Hewlett Packard Co. fell$. 66 or 1.9 percent, to $34.01. International Business Machines Corp. fell $1.94 or 1.2 percent, to $160.87.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed, with stocks near recent highs, as lackluster economic data and oil concerns weighed on investor sentiment.
The Nasdaq is nearing record highs—which means it's set to stall out, says Jim Iuorio.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.— Google will start showing ads in its online store for mobile apps and entertainment as the Internet search leader strives to bring in more revenue from smartphones and tablets. The advertising expansion announced Thursday will provide Google with a new opportunity to profit from its Android software, the world's most widely used...
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty told CNBC about the company's drive for growth, and strategy for the future.
Feb 26- Fresh off a $532.9 million jury win against Apple Inc, a Texas company is again suing the tech giant, this time over the same patents' use in devices introduced after the original case was underway. Smartflash LLC aims to make Apple pay for using the patent licensing firm's technology without permission in devices not be included in the previous case, such as...
Apple Inc. rose 1.3 percent to $130.41 with 87,139,400 shares traded. Applied Materials Inc. fell. 8 percent to $24.91 with 20,172,000 shares traded. Atossa Genetics Inc. rose 24.4 percent to $1.99 with 21,088,700 shares traded.
Apple Inc s rose $1.11 or. 9 percent, to $129.90. Hewlett Packard Co. fell$. 53 or 1.5 percent, to $34.14. International Business Machines Corp. fell $2.57 or 1.6 percent, to $160.24.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 26- Apple Inc sent out invitations for a media event in San Francisco on March 9, about one month before the much-anticipated launch of the new Apple Watch. The watch, which will let consumers check their email, pay for goods at retail stores and monitor personal health information, represents Apple's first major new product introduction since...
In a surprise move, Fast Money Trader Joe Terranova sold out of his Apple holdings. This is a tactical short-term trade, says Terranova. The FMHR crew share their play on the tech giant.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports Apple is inviting the media to a March 9th event for a special announcement. And FMHR trader Jon Najarian suspects it's the debut of the iWatch.
Apple will hold an event March 9, the company said Thursday, amid speculation that the launch of the Apple Watch was near.
Don't blame the robots for killing jobs. Contrary to popular belief, technology actually creates jobs, says former CNN and Time chief Walter Isaacson.
A $75,000 diamond Apple Watch is now a thing.
Apple Inc s fell $1.67 or 1.3 percent, to $127.12. Hewlett Packard Co. fell$. 33 or 1.0 percent, to $34.34. International Business Machines Corp. rose$. 98 or. 6 percent, to $163.79.
Tom McClellan, Editor, The McClellan Market Report Newsletter, discusses Apple's $740 billion market cap and the idea that one company is worth more than all the stocks in Mexico and McClellan weighs in on higher oil prices.
Apple building a car may seem nuts. Or is it inevitable? Here are the 10 best reasons for and against the tech giant's move into autos.
New York trader Steve Grasso has a funny feeling about the market and tells you what you should do about it.
Samsung Electronics will freeze wages in 2015 for South Korea's employees for the first time in six years, after Apple saw profits fall.