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It's been a year since Ron Johnson was named CEO of JCPenney. The retailer's shares down 30 percent and the dividend eliminated. I am guessing the champagne might have to stay on ice for another year. Here is to hoping this relationship has put the worst years behind it.
Dinesh Paliwal, CEO of Harman International Industries, addresses concerns about his company’s stock.
Shares of Harman International fell as much as 8% yesterday when Apple announced plans to integrate Siri into new car models; and the company's CEO Dinesh Paliwal, clears the air and discusses Harman's recent efforts to integrate Apple's Siri into the BMW, and recent growth for the company in Europe.
Emotional sell-offs related to the fears of any country's exit or other euro zone related issues are tremendous buying opportunities for high quality multinational U.S. stocks — they are extremely cheap, their businesses are growing and the entirety of the euro zone, generally speaking, makes up less than 20 percent of U.S. exports.
Apple will end Ping, a social networking service built into iTunes, this fall, sources have told All Things Digital's John Paczkowski. Ping is likely to be cut off in the next major release of iTunes, according to AllThingsD, which should arrive in the fall along with iOS 6.
Buying a stock like Amazon.com because you have a familiarity with the name of the company and enjoy the products is a terrific way to get your head handed to you.
As Dell’s stock flies on the dividend announcement, “wait and see” is an important caveat emptor.
Stocks rallied more than 1 percent across the board Tuesday, wiping out most of the previous day's declines, but investors remained cautious amid the ongoing uncertainty in the euro zone.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
You can develop your message with key points but key points are not the main message.
Apple has struck a new alliance with Facebook to integrate the social network into its iPhone, iPad and Mac operating system at the same time as it introduces a range of new MacBook computers.
Apple's stock will top $1,000 within a two-year timeframe, driven by the possible launches of iPhone 5 and an Apple TV before Christmas, as well the tech giant's relationship with China Mobile to sell devices in the world's largest mobile-phone market, analysts tell CNBC.
U.S. stock index futures added to earlier gains Tuesday, struggling to recover from the previous session's declines, but investors remained cautious over the uncertainty in the euro zone.
Apple unveils their newest offerings including new MacBook Pro, maps app, Siri for iPad; the market relief over a Spain bank bailout was short-lived; NetJets expands the fleet; family median income falls to levels not seen since 1992.
Traders on the floor were again talking about whether to play Apple or the Apple eco-system on hopes the company’s latest developer’s conference would generate upside.
Jonathan Geller, BGR.com founder and editor-in-chief, discusses the action at Apple's Developers Conference today; and one of the "Top Ten Stock Pickers," Colin Gillis of BGC Partners, shares his take on where shares of Apple are headed.
Razor-thin Macbook Pro with eye-popping high def; a new operating system; more languages for Siri. Those were some of the takeaways from the opening day at Apple's highly anticipated developers conference. But Wall Street's greeting: "Ho-hum."
Stocks accelerated their selloff in the final minutes of trading to close down more than 1 percent across the board Monday, as initial euphoria over Spain's bank bailout fizzled and amid ongoing fears over a global economic slowdown.
After years of playing hard to get, Apple and Facebook are finally making it official: Apple's new mobile operating system iOS 6 will, for the first time, feature deep integration with Facebook.
The market was less than impressed after Apple made its announcement for some updates including a retina MacBook Pro, a new Mac operating system, among others, with Shaw Wu, Sterne Agee; William Power, Robert W. Baird; Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research; and CNBC's Jon Fortt.