Discussing Apple's current position in the technology and hardware industry, with Former Yahoo COO Dan Rosensweig, and Former Apple CEO John Sculley. » Read More
A look at the latest craze in social media and whether Facebook and Twitter should be worried, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Microsoft kicked off its annual event Monday to 15,000 people integral to its business—the partners who sell its products and build software on top of them.
The picture was dismal in Washington Friday, after non-farm payrolls were announced. In Sun Valley, Idaho, it wasn’t much different.
Alcoa’s quarterly results may beat Wall Street expectations, but don’t expect a positive market reaction, according to David Silver, equity research analyst at Wall Street Strategies.
Second-quarter earnings season kicks off next week and the market will be looking for signs from corporate America about the state of the economy. Plus the Fed, debt talks, consumer sentiment and more.
Stocks ended lower Friday following a dismal government employment report, but still closed higher for the second week ahead of the widely-anticipated earnings season.
Alcoa is one of the first Dow components to report second-quarter earnings and a somewhat of indicator on how the economy is doing, Brian Stutland of Stutland Equities, told CNBC in an interview.
Many of you may think Hollywood built Los Angeles, but the truth is aerospace did, before the Cold War ended and most of the jobs disappeared. Yet there is a new energy returning to California's space industry
Shares of Google fell after Morgan Stanley downgraded the company to "equal weight," saying its margins will decline due to hiring concerns and higher spending on advertising for new products. Morgan Stanley cut its price target to $600 from $645, according to the report.
After David Einhorn bailed out of Yahoo! and Morgan Stanley downgraded Google, should you also turn your back on Internet giants?
Debating whether the search giant's margins will shrink as it ramps up hiring and advertising, with Trip Chowdhry, Global Equities Research, and Bruce Upbin, Forbes.
The "what me worry" market that preceded a six-week decline in the markets was followed by the "what do I do now" market rally. Now investors are happy and complacent again.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
In all the times we've written about Allen Mask, the Goldman Sachs analyst-turned-rapper, we didn't know this part: when the bank found out about Mask's other career, they said he had to stop.
On Thursday the Fast Money traders were very focused on strength in tech, after the Nasdaq notched an 8th day of gains. Is the tech trade kicking, again?
Guy Adami might not like this next item. Wells Fargo downgraded his favorite tech stock, IBM, to “Market Perform” from “Outperform” saying near term upside is limited.
Nothing's more valuable to a marketer than when consumers are just dying to watch and share their commercial. Having a commercial go viral is rare, and when it happens it's marketing gold.
Google is continuing to hold its own despite Facebook and Skype's video chat integration, according to Ben Rogoff, fund manager at Polar Capital Partners.
The social media giant Facebook reached a deal with the web-based communication platform Skype to offer a video conference service to its users, while Skype is in the process of being acquired by Microsoft.
As much as you want to know how much a particular equity will go up, you also need to know how far it will fall. Here’s how you figure it out.