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Investors are worried that China’s decade-long run as the world's growth engine may be over— along with unprecedented demand for commodities and ultra-cheap labor and parts for manufacturers.
Analyst Robert Cihra of Evercore Partners is bullish on Apple, despite Monday’s stock price blip, because product sales are being driven by the “billions of apps being dowloaded every quarter.”
If you’re looking for a sell signal in Apple, one may have just surfaced.
Has something changed? Markets weaker today, with even market leader Apple subject to a mid-morning correction, a 15-point, high volume drop, though the stock has recovered some of the losses.
It's iPad week. Expect the usual frenzy around Apple's latest product launch. In our discussions with Apple watchers, we expect a significant upgrade including better display and LTE support.
Discussing the amount of revenue Apple actually sees from app downloads, with Robert Cihra, Evercore Partners.
U.S. stock index futures were lower on Monday, following reports showing a slowdown in European private sector activity and after China lowered its growth target.
Apple says it has “created or supported” 514,000 American jobs, including those of delivery drivers. The New York Times reports.
Take a look at some of Monday morning's early movers:
More than 25 billion apps have been downloaded from Apple’s App Store, the company has announced, in a milestone that highlights the shift to a new model for computing, digital content, software and the web. The FT reports.
Technology stocks have been gaining momentum in 2012, up eight of the last nine weeks. However, over the last 12 months, consumer discretionary and health care companies have really powered the rally.
In February, Apple's market capitalization moved above the $500 billion mark. How much could Apple buy and what else is worth $500 billion? Click ahead to find out!
Trader Patty Edwards explains the difference between the XRT and the RTH – and why she’d rather play the space with the RTH right now. Plus other viewer questions.
The excitement over Yelp’s IPO may rub off on other technology stocks, particularly Microsoft, whose Windows 8 shows it’s ready ready to battle Apple by offering an operating system incorporating touchscreen technology, Nomura research analyst Richard Sherlund told CNBC Friday.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, highlights a "Mad Money" theme to look out for throughout 2012—how innovation is a key driver for names across sectors.
Patty Edwards shares the stocks that are trending on Twitter right now.
Joe Terranova has been saying in this market, buy high and sell higher and he again believes that’s the way to trade – especially if you’re involved in these 4 stocks.
In his new book, "The Wide lens", award winning Dartmouth professor Ron Adner argues that we’re blind to how vulnerable a great innovation is to other players in its ecosystem. He says we need to widen our lens to see the big picture to see how the rules of innovation success change. In this excerpt Adner takes a look at Sony's eReader.
Ed Zabitsky, analyst at ACI Research, explains why he has a "sell" rating on Apple. He gives the stock a $270 price target.
It's been a busy week for tech between the Yelp IPO at the NYSE on Friday and Microsoft unveiling its new Windows 8 software. Rick Sherlund, head of U.S. technology equity research at Nomura, weighs in.