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Apple smacked the cover off the ball, says Colin Gillis, BGC Financial senior technology analyst, but he still maintains a "hold" on the stock.
The Fast Money traders, weigh in on Apple's huge earnings numbers. And a look at second derivative plays on the tech giant, including Nuance Communications, and Cirrus Logic.
Stocks closed narrowly mixed in lackluster trading Tuesday, with the S&P breaking a 5-day winning streak, as Greece's failed debt restructuring negotiations and a handful of tepid earnings reports weighed on the market.
Apple posted blowout earnings numbers despite continued economic uncertainty around the globe. What's driving iPad and iPhone sales now? Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss. "Retail [is] up 59%," says Fortt.
Ahead of after-the-bell earnings results, the “Fast Money” pros looked at the best way to trade Apple.
Huge pay packages such as retention deals and bonuses for incoming, current, and even exiting CEOs have critics calling corporate boards "tone deaf," USA Today reports.
Peter Misek, sr. tech analyst at Jefferies, explains why he has a "buy" rating on Apple with a $550 price target, though he contends that Apple's size is a big obstacle to its share price.
Apple is out with earnings today after the bell on the same day in 1984 the very first Mac was introduced. Insight on whether the stock will see a correction, with Brian Marshall, ISI Group IT hardware/data networking analyst.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open Tuesday as concerns about the European debt crisis continued to weigh and as investors digested a handful of mixed corporate earnings reports.
Tuesday will be a major make-or-break earnings day, and it’s also a day when the presidential election will be a focus for markets.
The “Mad Money” host has a good feeling about the retailer.
How the “Mad Money” host is gaming the technology stock.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says investors need to be prepared for Apple to selloff when it reports earnings on Tuesday, but then be prepared to buy it the next day, but only if the stock is down.
On the eve of Apple’s fiscal first quarter earnings release, to be delivered on Tuesday, one analyst is bullish on the tech company’s stock and anticipates further growth from its iPad and iPhone products.
Changes at the top at some big tech companies over the past four months—including Research In Motion on Sunday—have some traders thinking about other underperforming giants that could use a new leader.
Gadgets and cars are two products that seem to be growing in every country of the world, making earnings reports from Apple and Ford Motor critical to watch in the coming week.
In the Age of the Platform, companies that constantly reinvent themselves lead the pack. Here are six things to learn from the big guys.
Apple will report earnings after tomorrow's closing bell. Andy Hargreaves, Pacific Crest Securities sr. analyst, weighs in on Tim Cook: "He's not Steve Jobs, but nobody is."
Two stocks hitting all-time highs heading into earning, and two semi-bearish trades. But that’s where the similarities end from last Friday’s Options Action.
RIM's falling stock shows that investors are realizing "this is a bit of shuffling the chairs on the Titanic," Robert W. Baird senior analyst William Power told CNBC Monday, the day the company announced changes in the C-Suite.