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U.S. stock market futures were mixed Monday despite worries over Italy and ongoing negotiations over the looming "fiscal cliff."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple's record after the "death cross" certainly isn't cause for optimism.
American high schools are taking a page from the pro and college sports playbook and doing similar kinds of money deals and creating an explosive big business.
Don't look now e-commerce — m-commerce has arrived. EBay says the Thanksgiving weekend kickoff of this shopping season saw more than a doubling of transactions on its mobile platform.
At the end of August, Apple seemed on top of the world. Fresh off a resounding $1.05 billion U.S. legal victory over arch-foe Samsung Electronics, the company was gearing up to launch its fifth iPhone. That was then.
Zach Karabell, River Twice Research, weighs in on Apple's wild ride this week, and how other tech stocks are faring amid fiscal cliff concerns.
Will the market be able to continue shrugging off bickering over the "fiscal cliff?" What will the Fed say after its two-day meeting? Here's what to watch in the week ahead.
The Dow and S&P 500 closed higher for the day and the week following an upbeat government jobs report and amid ongoing "fiscal cliff" negotiations, while the Nasdaq finished in the red.
A quick market recap of what happened on Friday.
A bearish bet on Apple's sell-off, with Brian Stutland, Stutland Volatility Group.
While not quite the “Annus Horribilis” to which England’s Queen Elizabeth once referred, it has certainly been a week to forget for Apple.
A technical analyst debates a fundamental analyst on whether investors should take advantage of Apple's lower stock price by purchasing the stock.
Anthony DiClemente, Barclays analyst, and Robert Cihra, Evercore Partners analyst, debate which one of the tech giants should be in your portfolio.
There was no shortage of reasons for why Apple stock was on track to end the week lower, the "Fast Money" pros say.
A day after defying a dip through a major technical area, renewed selling drove Apple to new lows.
Research In Motion has put out a list of 106 passwords that its customers are banned from using because they are too weak including "123456," "pookie," "butthead," and more.
Shares of Apple are slowly performing like those of other companies, Yahoo! Finance senior columnist Michael Santoli says.
Jing Ulrick, JPMorgan director and chairman of global markets, explains why she thinks investors should increase their exposure to China next year. Also, a fear trade on Apple, with the FMHR crew.
Both HP and Dell have taken different paths towards futility while yielding broadly the same results, TheStreet.com reports.