Gmail has become difficult to use in China, and in recent weeks the authorities have gummed up Astrill, which circumvents the Internet restrictions. The New York Times reports.» Read More
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses how the bond market reacts to the Fed News
A former advertiser is pursuing an acquisition of SkyMall, just days after the in-flight catalog filed for bankruptcy protection.
Apple Inc s rose $8.39 or 7.7 percent, to $117.53. Hewlett Packard Co. rose$. 43 or 1.2 percent, to $37.79. International Business Machines Corp. fell$. 26 or. 2 percent, to $153.41.
Abiomed Inc. rose 30.2 percent to $50.31. Electronic Arts Inc. rose 13.0 percent to $54.71. Resonant Inc. rose 11.2 percent to $15.51.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. fell 2.6 percent to $2.63 with 24,364,900 shares traded. Apple Inc. rose 5.7 percent to $115.31 with 136,239,900 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell. 4 percent to $26.81 with 28,955,400 shares traded.
A trader made a big bearish bet on Facebook ahead of Wednesday's earnings statement.
Searching for opportunities during a "turbulent" and volatile earnings season, with Eric Marshall, Hodges Small Cap Fund, and Rob McIver, Jensen Quality Growth Fund.
Is Apple too dependent on its iPhone business? Insight, with CNBC's Jon Fortt and Josh Lipton.
Activist investor Carl Icahn weighed in on Apple after the tech giant reported a monster quarter that easily beat Wall Street expectations.
Given Apple's strong performance in the last quarter, David Schechter, Sargon Portfolio, is currently revising model and could argue for a higher valuation.
Here's what analysts, investors and some techies are saying about the tech behemoth's latest beat.
Icahn Enterprises chairman Carl Icahn thinks Apple's Tim Cook has done a magnificent job but needs to do bigger buybacks. Icahn also says a short squeeze in the company is now occurring.
Icahn Enterprises chairman Carl Icahn is very pleased with Apple's quarter and says he will revise guidance. Brett Icahn, Sargon Portfolio, provides perspective.
Apple has laid to rest fears that sales would top out and appears to be capturing market share, analysts told CNBC.
Americans love lower oil prices, low interest rates and a strong dollar, but companies are suffering, according to the New York Times.
Joe Terranova is buying a steel producer in his Halftime Report Portfolio in order to play an oil bounce.
Jake Novak calls BS on the LAPD chief's claim that the phone app Waze helps criminals target officers. Here's what the chief REALLY means, says Novak.
The Chinese government has adopted new regulations for companies that sell computer equipment to Chinese banks, The New York Times reports.
There's plenty of runway for this story, says Alex Gauna, JMP Securities analyst, sharing his outlook on Apple after posting its biggest quarter ever.
European markets ended mixed on Wednesday after seesawing for much of the session, with indexes pressures by a staggering slump in Greek bank stocks.