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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday, with investors cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve’s announcement on monetary policy on Wednesday.
Marissa Mayer’s first months as chief executive have impressed investors, and the company’s stock, recently at a four-year high, rose after hours.
Wal-Mart is getting more aggressive in the smartphone business. Debbie Weinswig, Citi analyst, says Wal-Mart is positioned to take on Amazon in terms of smartphone services.
Amazon is trading at more than 3,000 times earnings. Jason Helfstein, Oppenheimer, offers insight and explains why the stock is up 600 percent in six years, while profit margins are in the low single digits.
Simply put, good Kindle sales are bad for earnings — so if Amazon sold a lot of them, it's likely to hurt operating income.
Apple's R&D spending suggests that it has plenty of coolness left, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
CNBC's Jon Fortt previews Amazon's earnings announcement this afternoon. Wall Street, he reports, is looking for revenue of $22.3 billion and earnings of 28 cents/share.
Amid the increasingly crowded space of social media and social commerce businesses, what does it take to stay on top and stand out in the tech startup arena? Brand loyalty and exclusive products, said one Silicon Valley executive to CNBC.
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?
Here's Jim Cramer's Gameplan for the week ahead. What's on his radar?
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.
There are more stormy waters ahead for Apple and the company will have to make some sacrifices to stay on top, writes this expert.
Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell on Friday:
After Apple reported sour earnings results, Seabreeze Partners founder Douglas Kass suggested the stock might be "dead money."
What's wrong with Apple? Some say it's slowing growth, increasing competition and/or falling margins. But maybe Apple's real problems are your great expectations.
You knew him as "Chunk" from "The Goonies," but now the former child actor is taking on some big issues - like the future of TV.
Earnings beats from Google and IBM boosted Apple stock on Wednesday, as traders bet the one-time darling could regain some of its luster when it reports earnings after the bell.
We sit here puzzled every day about how Nokia or Hewlett-Packard or Best Buy or Research In Motion could go up over and over again on such little news. To Jim Cramer, though, that's not the right observation.
"I think the market is psychologically prepared to continue without Apple, and if Apple gets involved, it could give it a little bit of an adrenalin shot," one pro said.