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There was a curious bit of downtime on the Apple Store this morning, and perhaps now we see why.
During the past month, investors have overreacted to the downside in their trading of the financial sector, and now is the time to buy, says Robert Albertson, chief strategist at Sandler O'Neill.
Strategic investor Doug Kass tells us he thinks banks can rally a quick 10-15 percent. The selling is overdone, he says. Has fear trumped fundamentals in the market?
Dell is trading sharply lower after reporting disappointing top line growth and slashing its revenue forecast for the year. The tech firm now sees full-year sales growth of just 1%-5%, down from its prior forecast of 5%-9% growth.
Does Google's $12.5 billion dollar purchase of Motorola Mobility signal the beginning of ferocious, no-holds barred, patent wars?
"The only thing I can think is that this isn't a good read for Hewlett-Packard ," says Fast trader Karen Finerman as she parsed through the latest results from Dell.
Sony is cutting the price of its basic PlayStation 3 gaming console by nearly a fifth in the U.S., hoping to jump-start sales of a device losing ground to Microsoft Corp's Xbox.
They say nice guys finish last and, despite your mom’s protests, that may actually be true. That jerk at work may be getting paid more than you.
Dell is scheduled to report its quarterly earnings after Tuesday's closing bell, but is its stock worth a buy?
Will a flattening of the yield curve on U.S. Treasurys give a boost to oil prices? In some respects, it already has.
When President Nixon went on his visit to China in 1972, he wouldn't have predicted that within 40 years the country would be urging the U.S. to adopt a more responsible fiscal policy.
Stocks logged their biggest three-day rally since Mar. 2009, fueled by a handful of M&A news and as investors shrugged off some disappointing economic reports. The major indexes wiped out all of last week's losses following S&P's downgrade of U.S.'s credit rating.
As the three major U.S. stock indexes continue to rally following last week's stock roller-coaster ride, mergers and acquisitions will continue despite increased volatility, one analyst said.
Microsoft might be in the market for a device maker after Google's buy of Motorola Mobility, said Travis McCourt, managing director at Morgan Keegan.
The details on Google acquiring Motorola Mobility for $40 per share and what it means for competitors, with CNBC's Jon Fortt and Tavis McCourt, Morgan Keegan.
Stocks finished higher Friday in a highly volatile week, with the Dow logging its first two-day rally since early July. Despite the wild market swings in the last several days, all three major averages are down less than 2 percent for the week.
ExxonMobil is on track to end the week as the most valuable company in America, after earlier being passed by Apple.
From an iPlunger to a solar-paneled bikini and a flying alarm clock, these gadgets are sure to make you do a double take — but they get the job done!
If you want to understand why Treasury bonds rallied so powerfully the week following Standard & Poors downgrade of the long-term credit rating of the U.S., it helps to stop thinking of Treasurys as investments altogether.
Although you might be tempted to play the big oil names, pro energy trader Dan Dicker tells us 3 E&P names are trading at valuations too sweet to pass up!