Bulls say Amazon is a future growth story but the growth rate is slowing, too.
Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors eliminates his Apple holdings, buying into Facebook instead. (2:48)
Stocks have been struggling to break out to new highs, and it may be tech that helps decide which way the market goes.
Apple stock could see upside, but also faces risks, UBS analyst Steve Milunovich says.
The Dow and S&P 500 gained to finish at five-year highs in choppy trading Tuesday, ahead of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address later this evening.
The battle between Apple and David Einhorn got more heated after the fund manager responded to comments made by CEO Tim Cook early Tuesday.
Greenlight Capital has responded to Apple CEO Tim Cook's comments on Einhorn's lawsuit against the company. CNBC's Scott Wapner has the details.
Glass Lewis says it supports Apple's Proposition 2, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Discussing whether Apple's margins have peaked, with Reggie Middleton, The Boom Bust Blog; and CNBC's Jon Fortt and Herb Greenberg.
As toy industry professionals converged in New York City this week for Toy Fair 2013, innovation and how to capitalize on the growing digital space has been on many minds.
Both Facebook and LinkedIn have created a rare "global network effect," Benchmark's Bill Gurley says.
Why startup company Pebble isn't afraid of a little competition from tech titan Apple.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook is speaking on the company's cash "hoard," and its battle with hedge fund manager David Einhorn. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the stock is reacting.
Apple appears likely to return more cash to shareholders, AlphaOne Capital CIO Dan Niles says.
How soon can Apple shareholders expect the company to do something with its cash? Alpha One's Dan Niles weighs in.
Dissecting latest data from tech names like BlackBerry and Apple, and how it's impacting the tech sector, with CNBC's Jon Fortt and Dan Niles, AlphaOne Capital Partners. The FMHR traders discuss whether they still see value in big cap tech.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Expect a dividend hike and a cheaper smartphone, said Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, after Tim Cook's keynote speech today at the Goldman conference.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook forcefully rebutted criticism on Tuesday that his company was too tight-fisted with its $137 billion cash pile, saying the tech giant "does not have a Depression-era mentality".
CNBC's Scott Wapner provides highlights from Apple CEO Tim Cook's address at the Goldman conference. And Nick Bilton, New York Times, explains why he believes Apple is "still the sexiest" company out there. Also Jon Fortt, weighs in on the IPads' halo effect.