U.S. stock index futures signaled a lower open on Monday, after stocks posted their biggest weekly decline since mid-June last week, following weaker-than-expected gross domestic product data from Japan and as investors looked for reasons to buy.
Icky Monday, icky market. So go the dog days. Anyway, here's what we're reading.
Apple, the world's largest technology company, is expected to present its redesigned iPhone in September, according to a report.
Ajay Sunder, senior director, ICT Practice for Asia at Frost & Sullivan, discusses the impact the ITC ban will have on Samsung.
The trendsetting Apple iPhone made white a symbol of high technology, something long associated with silver.
U.S. authorities are planning to make 2 arrests in the London Whale case, and the FCC Chair says she will act if the Time Warner Cable and CBS don't solve their dispute on their own. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports.
The ITC ruled that Samsung infringed on portions of two Apple patents on digital mobile devices.
Obama announced plans to limit sweeping U.S. government surveillance programs that have come under criticism since leaks by a former spy agency contractor.
Stocks finished the week in negative territory, with major indexes logging their worst week since June, as investors found little reason to buy following the market's recent highs and amid ongoing worries about when the Fed may start to wind down its stimulus program.
A decision is expected to me made today in the patent infringement case between Apple and Samsung. Brian Cooley, CNET.com, and Ina Fried, All Things D, provide insight.
Activist investor and J.C. Penney independent director Bill Ackman is "an angry guy" responsible for tanking the company's stock, management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld told CNBC.
U.S. stock index futures were in the red Friday, putting major indexes on track for their worst week since June, despite an upbeat industrial output report from China.
The "Talking Squawk" blog runs down market guru Tom Lee's big call, Nelson Peltz's tough quarter, "The Lone Ranger" flop, wearable tech and Yahoo's new logo experiment.
Manoj Menon, partner and managing director at Frost and Sullivan, tells CNBC that fights between Apple and Samsung have had no material impact on the market position of either of these companies.
BlackBerry is warming up to the possibility of going private, as the smartphone maker battles to revive its fortunes, several sources familiar with the situation said.
A victory for Apple at Friday's International Trade Commission ruling is likely to have little impact on Samsung Electronics' market share and stock performance, according to industry experts.
Who will be the next Fed chief? You won't believe it but Ashton Kutcher's name came up. What's even more surprising, is who said it—Dallas Fed chief Richard Fisher!
JC Penney has initiated a search for a new CEO, sources told CNBC on Thursday, as the struggling department store seeks to fill a leadership void.
Michael Jarman, chief market strategist at H2O Markets, discusses why he likes Apple and Manchester United stocks.
The latest report from research firm IDC says Apple's operating system is losing ground to Google. Ramon Llamas, IDC mobile phones research manager, breaks down the data and competition.