The Nasdaq Composite Index is approaching in on a 12-year closing high, bringing it back to 2000 levels.
After all the hoopla from activist investor David Einhorn targeting Apple's cash hoard, Stuart Frankel's Steve Grasso explains why he's long the name.
Dave Dorman, CVS Caremark non-executive chairman, weighs in on what to do with Apple's cash, and the growing competition for smartphone users.
Hedge fund star manager David Einhorn announced that he was suing Apple to get it to deploy its $137.1 billion cash pile more effectively and arrest a 35 percent drop in its share price from a record high logged last September.
King Lip, Chief Investment Officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management weighs in on activist shareholder David Einhorn's comments about Apple.
"I admit I too have groused about Apple," said Cramer. But Einhorn's lawsuit is too much.
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Mad Money host Jim Cramer cuts into the core of Apple.
LinkedIn reported earnings that blew past expectations as revenue shot up 81 percent. Shares rose more than 10 percent after-hours.
Dodge Dorland, Chairman & Chief Investment Officer, Landor & Fuest Capital Managers says activist investor David Einhorn has a good point and that Apple is going against its longer term goal to distribute cash back to its shareholders.
Apple's cash balance has been frustrating for shareholders, Karen Finerman of Metropolitan Capital Advisors says.
Insight on Apple's cash hoard, with the Fast Money team.
Stocks finished well off their earlier lows in volatile trading Thursday, as techs recovered in the final minutes of trading, but brewing worries over Europe kept a damper on gains.
Ben Lichtenstein, President, Tradersaudio.com sees 1,486 as the next support level for the S&P 500. He says technology stocks are ripe for a rally.
With the Federal Reserve and now Bank of Japan printing massive amounts of money, billionaire investor Jim Rogers told CNBC he is shorting U.S. government debt.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports on Einhorn's lawsuit against Apple over preferred stock. Apple responded, saying its board is in active discussions about returning more cash to shareholders, with Ben Parr, CNET and Spencer Ante, WSJ.
Apple pushed back against fund manager David Einhorn's accusations that it adhered to a Depression-like mentality of hoarding its excess cash.
Apple says it is active discussions about returning additional cash to shareholders, reports CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio tweeted one reason why he might be choosing Samsung over Apple.