Apple is making its second major debt offering for $12 billion. John Brynjolfsson, Armored Wolf managing director, discusses whether investing in Apple bonds is safer than the U.S. government.
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Should investors buy Apple bonds or stocks? CNBC's Dominic Chu, digs into the data and explains which is the better investment.
CNBC's Steve Liesman compares Apple's credit to the credit of the U.S. government.
Apple is returning to the bond market. CNBC's Rick Santelli, explains why he thinks Apple's iBond is a great buy.
The No. 22 name on the CNBC 25 list, HTC CEO Cher Wang, said her Taiwanese smartphone company still needs to work on its outreach skills.
Apple impressed markets again this Tuesday with the launch of a $12 billion bond deal. But one fixed-income strategist was critical about the issue.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Nokia is expected to focus on its telecom network and mapping as Microsoft takes over device business to refresh its Windows phone lineup.
Here's one positive sign at Yahoo: Fewer employees are eyeing the exits.
Samsung transformed the smartphone market by copying iPhone technology, an Apple attorney said as the two firms delivered closing arguments to jurors.
On Tuesday, Apple announced that its ultra-slim notebooks would cost $100 less and boast the latest version of Intel's Haswell processor.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, shares his thoughts on CNBC's 25 most influential list and looks at the biggest changes in technology over the last 25 years.
Losing American corporations to overseas countries with lower corporate taxes would be a sin, the former chairman and CEO of GE tells CNBC.
Don't blame Apple for its debt offering or Pfizer for going overseas—blame those who write the US tax code, says NYU Stern Professor Aswath Damodaran.
The biggest change over the past 25 for investing is that it's less expensive for individuals, billionaire investor Warren Buffett tells CNBC.
Apple is expected to issue between $8 billion to $10 billion worth of bonds as part of a huge debt sale, Dow Jones reported.
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