Dissecting the day's major business news, with the Fast Money traders; and Bethany McLean of Vanity Fair, explains why Apple has further to fall.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Apple shares reversed earlier losses, on speculation the company is accelerating its stock-buyback program. TheStreet.com reports.
The stock market still faces serious hurdles, Blackstone Advisory Partners Vice Chairman Byron Wien says.
Following a year in which his hedge fund again badly underperformed, investor Whitney Tilson has shed his stake in Apple and promised clients his decision to go solo would reap them benefits.
Apple stock could be seeing the start of a recovery, Pete Najarian says.
The FMHR traders weigh in on how to trade the surge in Apple's shares. And, CNBC's David Faber talks with Mike Fries, Liberty Global CEO about his company's agreement to buy Virgin Media in a $16 billion deal.
Following solid fourth-quarter earnings, one writer thinks it's time investors take on a new perspective of what Facebook can yet become.
Facebook-owned Instagram has launched a new product that enables users to view their newsfeed via the web, possibly opening up a way for the company to generate revenue.
U.S. tech writers have given Microsoft new Surface tablet-laptop hybrid largely negative reviews.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
When looking at BlackBerry, the headwinds are significant, Dan Niles says.
Brian White, Managing Director & Senior Analyst for IT Hardware, Networking & Tech Supply Chain, Topeka Capital Markets says Michael Dell wants to focus on the enterprise market and make a bigger push into cloud computing without the scrutiny of its PC business.
Apple stock gained on Tuesday. Is it time to get back into the trade?
The fourth generation iPad that Apple launched today isn't getting much buzz. Colleen Taylor, Tech Crunch Reporter and Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider deputy editor, discuss.
Analysts say a rebound in Apple shares could help tech outperform, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.
Shares of Apple are down 15 percent, with Bill Gunderson, Gunderson Capital Management.
Several BlackBerry watchers are honing in on a potential problem -- the absence of several big apps may spell trouble for the company's new smartphone.
Apple's fourth generation tablet went on sale this morning, and the stock is down 35 percent from its September 2012 high, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.
Apple stock represents a value play, New York University finance professor Aswath Damodaran says.