Apple shares may be down 20 percent year to date as investors worry about slowing growth, but two fund managers still see reason to own the smartphone maker.
U.S. stock index futures trimmed their losses Thursday, lifted by a report that showed retail sales rose more than expected in May and weekly jobless claims fell near its lowest level in five years.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple is exploring launching iPhones with bigger screens, as well as cheaper models in a range of colours, over the next year, said four people with knowledge of the matter.
Growth has quickened slightly this year, but most people are still pinching pennies, and companies that try to boost their prices risk making customers angry.
Stocks finished near session lows in choppy trading Wednesday, with the Dow posting its first three-day losing streak this year, amid lingering worries of Fed tapering.
The original NSA leaker news reports have "left a misimpression" about the government's access to technology companies' data, well-known tech investor Marc Andreessen told CNBC.
U.S. stock index futures were higher Wednesday, looking to bounce back after major averages slumped 1 percent in the previous session, as Europe markets gained and Asia markets trimmed earlier losses.
Investors are nursing losses of up to 9 percent on Apple's record-breaking $17 billion bond offering, less than six weeks after the securities landed in their portfolios.
Stocks finished sharply lower in volatile trading Tuesday after briefly wiping out most of their losses, with all key S&P sectors closing in the red, as the Bank of Japan's latest monetary policy decision disappointed investors.
The Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) takes place this week in Los Angeles. CNBC's Jon Fortt sat down with Nintendo of America President & COO Reggie Fils-Aime to talk about the latest developments in the industry.
Robots will change everything, but first robotics may change the way you think about gaming.
Apple's marketing head Phil Schiller remains confident in the company's ability to innovate, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan. Rakesh Agrawal, reDesign, and CNBC's Herb Greenberg, provide perspective.
CNBC's Seema Mody checks on the Nasdaq's big movers, including Google after its acquisition of Waze, and Facebook ahead of its shareholder meeting.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Google announces the acquisition of maps app Waze, after Facebook failed to reach a deal with the Israeli company. Waze's real-time data attracts a high price tag.
Blaming Tim Cook for Apple's lack of pep is, at best, narrow and likely, misguided, Herb Greenberg writes. Steve Jobs may have been better with execution, but he was also human.
Boris Sofman, Anki co-founder and CEO, explains how his new technology could make an impressive combination of artificial intelligence and robotics.
Gary Kaminsky, Morgan Stanley vice chairman of weath management, weighs in on what's likely driving global markets lower.
The Great Rotation may not consist of a mass rush out of bonds, but wait until investors see their quarterly statements.