Is Apple losing its competitive edge? The FMHR crew weighs in on what's prompting all the hand-wringing and how to play the stock at this point. Also, Darren Chervitz, Jacob Internet Fund, provides his play on Apple and explains what investors want to hear from Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer. Also, is Nokia the new RIMM? Josh Brown, weighs in.
Netflix investors' suddenly rediscovered willingness to believe is just a little bit irrational – especially when set beside what’s happened to Apple.
Drew Olanoff, TechCrunch write; and Rocco Pendola,TheStreet.com writer, discuss whether Apple is still on top of the innovation heap or losing ground to its competitors.
Apple's tumble from the stratosphere did damage to the stocks' other-worldly reputation but helped out some of its peers.
Twitter blames "human error" for pornographic video slipping into Vine's "Editor's Picks" section.
Sydney Finkelstein, Tuck School of Business; and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discuss Apple's slip in dominance under the leadership of Tim Cook, and how the company can regain its innovative lead.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple iconic iPhone is losing some of its luster among Asia's well-heeled consumers in Singapore and Hong Kong, a victim of changing mobile habits and its own runaway success.
Wall Street's love affair with Apple is clearly waning as the stock swoons, but some Apple analysts are just waiting for new reasons to love the stock again.
Traders are bracing for the "Super Bowl" of economic data in the week ahead and wondering: Will the bulls keep running or lose the big game?
"I'm very confident that we will do the Muhammad Ali thing in round 8…Wednesday is round 8," RIM's CEO said at a debate in Davos. Ali won a fight with a knockout in the eighth round.
Stocks closed higher Friday, with the S&P 500 ending above 1,500 and logging its longest winning streak since November 2004, boosted by a batch of upbeat earnings. All three major averages turned in their fourth-consecutive weekly gain.
Earnings season is shifting into high gear in the final week of January, with six Dow Jones components, and more than a fifth of the S&P 500 companies reporting.
Twitter released Vine, a new application for quick video sharing, and the app may already be butting heads with rival Facebook.
How to play Apple, with Abhey Lamba, Mizuho Securities USA and David Trainer, New Constructs."The current valuation is really not that cheap - it's not a bad company, the stock price just doesn't deserve the huge valuation it had when Steve Jobs was at the helm" says Trainer.
Exxon Mobil and Apple are nearly neck and neck as the world's most valuable company. Enis Taner, RiskReversal.com and Steve Cortes, Veracruz, debate which is the better buy. They both like Apple but split on Exxon.(2:59)
As the enterprise market begins to ramp up its purchases of Microsoft's new operating system, one pro sees the shares gaining traction.
Exxon has surpassed Apple as the world's largest company. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports many are asking if it has to do with Apple's CEO Tim Cook.
The concerns raised about this stock address innovation issues that affect companies across the technology and application space, writes this pro.
Exxon has surpassed Apple as the most valuable company in the world by market cap, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.