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Now, as Nintendo's next generation console system prepares to launch later this year and the handheld 3DS device starts to get its legs under it, it's hoping to get back to black.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wall Street on Thursday as investors who continued to fret about a slowdown in economic growth were left uneasy after the minutes of the June 20 meeting of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate setting committee showed no appetite among committee members for a resumption of quantitative easing.
The Street's number 1 ranked IT hardware analyst explains exactly how to trade Apple ahead of the new iPhone launch.
One investment analyst explains why Best Buy is a “buy.”
Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
A promising start but disappointing end to the trading day, Fitch reaffirms Rating on the U.S., as share price climbs traders are turning to options to trade stocks like Apple, Apple removes its green certification, Yoga instructor fired for enforcing cell phone ban at Facebook.
In the world of technology, IBM has become the darling of darlings. Sure, Apple is No. 1, but IBM is close behind with a near match on the way it’s valued by Wall Street based on expected earnings.
As we head into Yahoo’s shareholder meeting Thursday, Silicon Valley is buzzing about the potential chief executive candidate who said he’s not interested in the job: Hulu CEO Jason Kilar.
When Apple reports earnings in two weeks, what they say could betray the true state of the economy in China.
Apple is set to report its Q3 earnings on July 24, with the FMHR traders; and 2012 has been a rough year for hedge funds, but what are the catalysts? David Bailin, Citi Private Bank, offers insight.
If the presidential election were up to smartphone owners, the winner would be clear. President Obama would take the cake over Mitt Romney, at least that's what an online poll finds.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
In a word, the tech rankings this year are stunning, with a major shake-up of the top ten. California falls from the top, while two other states join the elite.
Stocks finished lower in volatile trading Tuesday, dragged by industrials, after a batch of profit warnings overshadowed earlier optimism that Germany's top court will approve the euro zone's new bailout fund.
Apple could soon control 90 percent of the tablet market if it succeeds in replicating its larger tablet market share in the smaller category, an analyst tells CNBC.
In the wake of Friday’s disappointing jobs report, “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer thinks investors need to prepare for the possibility of a recession.
Low interest rates are counterproductive and the Federal Reserve should raise rates to 2-3 percent, David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital founder, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
Research in Motion CEO Thorsten Heins told shareholders Tuesday that he is disappointed with the company's performance, but is hopeful that the Blackberry 10 will help put the company back on the right course.
If you’re a current Advanced Micro Devices investor, Monday night’s earnings warning must have felt like your motherboard crashed.
In another quirky calendar trend, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen in each of the past six Tuesdays.