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Gangbusters sales of the iPhone in China have failed to completely mollify jitters about Apple.
Zach Smith is co-founder and CEO of Boomerang, a startup that uses Facebook as a venue for gift giving.
Apple sold 2 million iPhone 5 smartphones in China, and that seemed to take the fear out of investors who were questioning the stock's growth, explains Spencer Ante, The Wall Street Journal.
As the end of the holiday shopping season quickly approaches, procrastinators may be scrambling for gift ideas that don't scream 'I bought this an hour ago.' We found 13 gift ideas that may save the day.
After loving it for quite some time, Glen Yeung of Citi explains why he downgraded Apple from 'Buy' to 'Neutral.'
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Technical analyst Dan Fitzpatrick of StockMarketMentor.com explains why his charts show Apple falling dramatically if it doesn't bounce from the $500 level. He also analyzes the charts for Research in Motion.
Brian Marshall, ISI, takes a look at the tech titan after the iPhone's opening weekend in China, and whether it's a good time to stay in or pare your losses. "We are forecasting 48 million iPhones for the December quarter," says Marshall.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Sprint Nextel hiked its buyout offer to Clearwire by 7 cents per share, offering $2.2 billion for the wireless provider.
Jim Cramer talks about why he thinks it's not a good time to buy Apple right now. (2:16)
On Sunday night, Apple announced that it sold two million iPhone 5s over launch weekend in China. Two reasons this is significant, writes CNBC's John Fortt.
Geoff Wilkinson, head of technical strategy at Whitman Howard, joins CNBC for a technical look at Apple, Euro vs Dollar and the Euro vs Yen.
Apple has sold more than two million iPhone 5 smartphones in China in the first weekend since the phone's launch on Friday.
Apple said it sold more than 2 million of its new iPhone 5 in China during the three days after its launch.
Wal-Mart said it is selling the 16 GB Apple iPhone 5 for $127, versus an original price of $189.97. However, a Wal-Mart spokeswoman said on Friday that the discounts were arranged with Apple.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why he thinks VirnetX makes for an intriguing speculative play, saying there is nothing wrong with a little reasoned gambling in your portfolio on this risky trade.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why Apple has declined, saying today we heard the company is cutting back its ordering of parts for the iPhone and iPad.
This should get you into the holiday spirit: Wal-Mart is slashing prices on iPhones and iPads.