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With a recent earnings miss and a sharp drop in its share price, technology giant Apple needs to look to emerging countries for growth and shift its focus away from saturated developed market, analysts told CNBC.
Christopher Carani, shareholder and partner at McAndrews, Held & Malloy, updates CNBC on the ongoing case between Apple and Samsung over intellectual property infringements.
Asian shares touched fresh 16-month highs on Friday as investors awaited U.S. nonfarm payrolls data due later in the day, with sentiment underpinned by signs that China's economy is stabilizing.
Chinese labor arbitrators have ruled against the father of a Foxconn worker brain-damaged in a factory accident in southern China.
James Gautrey, global sector specialist at Schroders, tells CNBC that people are starting to question the growth in the very high end tech markets where Apple dominates as it is a very saturated market.
Japan's dominant mobile carrier NTT Docomo said it lost 40,800 subscribers on a net basis in November, as users switched to Softbank and KDDI to grab an Apple iPhone 5 supplied in Japan.
Apple and Samsung squared off in court again, as the iPhone maker prepares to convince a U.S. judge to ban sales of a number of Samsung devices.
Steven Pelayo, Regional Head of Technology Research, Asia-Pacific, HSBC says that Apple and Samsung are going to sustain their dominance despite the influx of new players in the sector. He explains why.
After more than a decade producing its popular line of Mac computers in China, Apple is set to bring some of its manufacturing jobs back home. Gordon Chang, "The Coming Collapse of China" author, discusses.
On Wednesday, Apple shares slid 6.4 percent on heavy volume. One option trader is betting that AAPL falls through $500.
Here are the "Fast Money" traders' first moves for tomorrow.
Stocks posted a modest gain in thin, volatile trading Thursday ahead of the jobs report, while worries over the looming "fiscal cliff" continued to linger.
Spotify unveiled new tools designed to make it easier to navigate its 20 million plus songs. And despite the competition, CEO Daniel Ek said he believes Spotify has the advantage.
Andrew Tonner, Technology & Media Financial Editor, The Motley Fool explains why he's still positive on Apple's stock. He calls the recent news flow surrounding Apple's price falls "almost noise".
Markets seem to be stuck in a range, but here are three stocks that saw unusual moves Thursday.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the 12 days of Apple. Travis McCourt, Raymond James, weighs in on Apple losses.
Shares of Apple are bouncing back after its worst day in 4 years, and the company's CEO Tim Cook spoke exclusively with NBC's Brian Williams about its future. Max Wolff, Greencrest Capital and Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider, share their opinions on the stock.
Mark Travis, Intrepid Capital Funds president, discusses companies he believes have a lot of room to grow, including World Wrestling Entertainment.
If you’re short Apple, Cramer thinks you’d better make your move quickly. He doesn't expect a lot more downside.
Apple shares reversed earlier losses on Thursday, a day after logging its biggest one-day drop in four years, but some traders remain bearish.