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Apple Inc. fell $5.96 or 1.1 percent, to $524.69. Hewlett Packard Co. rose$. 16 or. 6 percent, to $29.07. International Business Machines Corp. fell $1.69 or. 9 percent, to $182.21.
WASHINGTON, March 14- HTC Corp and others did not violate digital camera patents owned by Apple Inc spinoff FlashPoint Technology to make their smartphones, the U.S. International Trade Commission said on Friday.
WASHINGTON, March 14- HTC Corp and others did not violate digital camera patents owned by Apple Inc. spinoff FlashPoint Technology to make its Android smartphones, the U.S. International Trade Commission said on Friday.
Apple Inc. fell $5.22 or 1.0 percent, to $525.43. Hewlett Packard Co. rose$. 27 or. 9 percent, to $29.18. International Business Machines Corp. fell$. 13 or. 1 percent, to $183.77.
Apple Inc. fell $3.35 or. 6 percent, to $527.30. Hewlett Packard Co. rose$. 33 or 1.1 percent, to $29.24. International Business Machines Corp. fell$. 24 or. 1 percent, to $183.66.
Apple Inc. fell $5.96 or 1.1 percent, to $530.65. Hewlett Packard Co. fell$. 68 or 2.3 percent, to $28.91. International Business Machines Corp. fell $2.32 or 1.2 percent, to $183.90.
SHANGHAI, March 14- Waning popularity and a wounded reputation are likely to dull the edge of China's consumer day TV expose when it airs on Saturday, offering some relief for companies that have in the past taken pains to avoid any fallout from the once-a-year show.
SAN FRANCISCO/ SEATTLE, March 13- It may be one of Microsoft Corp's biggest squandered opportunities. The speed with which apps like Quip have been adopted is forcing Microsoft to intensify its efforts to bring the powerful but ageing Office software suite to tablets and smartphones, according to people close to the company.
BOSTON, March 13- Lookout, the mobile security software maker, named telecommunications industry veteran Jim Dolce as chief executive officer on Thursday, succeeding company co-founder John Hering.
*Ukraine tensions continue, Merkel warns Russia. NEW YORK, March 13- U.S. stocks dropped on Thursday on rising tension in Ukraine, which helped erase earlier gains spurred by better-than-expected data on retail sales and the labor market.
Treasury debt, much of it offshore, earning them tax-free interest, the UK's Bureau of Investigative Journalism said on Thursday. The finding means Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Google Inc and Cisco Systems Inc hold a large proportion of the $254.9 billion held in their foreign subsidiaries in U.S.
In a rare interview with CNBC's David Faber, Masayoshi Son talks about investments in Sprint and Alibaba.
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Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, provides perspective on Apple's aggressive move into the music business. This adds to the attractiveness of what Apple is doing, says While.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin talks with five-time Grammy winner Celine Dion, about the music industry's relationship with new technology and its impact on consumers' choices. The idea is to get opportunities to fans in as easy a way as possible, says Dion.
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According to the Los Angeles Times, Apple is asking record labels for exclusive iTunes releases. The "Fast Money" traders take their positions.
David asks Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son if he thinks the market, especially tech growth companies, are overvalued.
In this clip, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son discusses his long term vision for Softbank.
David asks Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son, who is one of Apple's largest customers with Softbank and Sprint, whether he thinks Apple CEO Tim Cook is capable of continuing the level of innovation that the company had under Steve Jobs.