Target hacks its way to the lead of this week's biggest market winners and losers.
Stocks climbed on Friday, with the Dow and S&P 500 scoring record closes.
Embattled smartphone maker BlackBerry saw a massive loss in a third quarter drenched with red ink.
Blackberry interim CEO John Chen expects the smartphone company to become profitable by 2016, adding that the new partnership with Foxconn will lead to revenue uptick in the handset division.
Companies are making headlines before the bell Friday:
Cramer thinks stocks make fantastic holiday presents. He's hoping Santa does too.
A Reddit user named Rachel who knew her Secret Santa only as "Bill" got the surprise of a lifetime.
With the budget and the taper set, the issue is how much of a traditional "Santa Claus rally" markets can expect.
Classic brick-building toymaker Lego, which has undergone somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, has told CNBC that its online offering will form an essential part of its future.
Beyonce's latest album surpassed 1 million copies sold worldwide in six days and set a record for iTunes, according to Apple and Columbia Records.
Two desktop computers, Apple's new Mac Pro and LG's Chromebase, are entering a market full of laptops.
Glen Kacher of Light Street Capital, explains why he reestablished his shares in Apple.
Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets analyst, explains why Apple's China Mobile deal has been delayed and comments on the rally on the tech giant's stock during the holiday shopping season. CNBC's Jon Fortt weighs in.
Country music star LeAnn Rimes discusses her new tech-forward music video that was shot entirely on an iPhone. Rimes also weighs in on Beyonce's surprise album release on iTunes.
All-terrain robots? self-driving cars? Google is becoming a conglomerate of the future, says Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Jabil Circuit and Apple. Cramer says Jabil is a first class disaster and is not relevant to Apple.
In the year ahead, look for Apple to launch iWatch and Yahoo to bid for Bing as Samsung, Google and Amazon continue to compete for market share.
Bertram Lai, deputy head of Asian equity research at CIMB, says that it's "only a matter of time" before a deal between China Mobile and Apple is announced.
Chris Lane, Senior Research Analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, says there are signs that a deal may be finalized soon.
Tucker Grinnan, Head of Regional Telecommunications Research at HSBC, says China's Mobile will see an increased competitive advantage with the introduction of 4G systems.