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Discussing Berkshire Hathaway's position on stocks, with Jeff Matthews, author of "Secrets In Plain Sight," and Ram Partners founder; and CNBC's senior markets commentator Michael Santoli.
Now that the top US technology companies have reported quarterly results, analysts are weighing in on the big themes.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett was on CNBC's "Squawk Box" today and discussed his view on a variety of topics including the election and economy.
Warren Buffett says he's "never sold a share of IBM" even though his overall cost of owning the stock is higher than its current level.
Warren Buffett, discusses his cost basis in IBM, and Marissa Meyer's severance package and trade balance.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley offered his take on the future of the company he helped Steve Jobs build.
While Apple's sales slump in China is a short-term problem, the company's brewing battle with the Chinese government worries investors.
IBM announces it is launching secure, certified and tested blockchain services for financial services, government and health care.
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower or more Thursday, as fresh declines in Apple weighed on the major averages.
Jim Cramer dug into Apple’s earning report and his thoughts on what caused the stock’s decline.
Microsoft says nearly three-quarters of its cloud customers are using more than one product on offer.
Without exciting new products, big tech will see stock prices go south, analyst Roger McNamee says.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks into the slump in big tech earnings.
Apple's iTunes Movies and iBooks store have been closed down in China, signalling a possible shift in its relations with Beijing, the NYT reports.
The creator of a new index that tracks stocks based on social media convos says it has outperformed the S&P 500 for the past 3½ years or so.
Jim Cramer’s issuing a warning on what he believes is the most dangerous group in the stock market.
U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday but well off session highs as declines in consumer staples and utilities weighed.
CNBC's Mike Santoli breaks down the rally in market since February.
Sherri Scribner of Deutsche Bank, who has one of the best track records on Wall Street, says be wary of the annual IPhone cycle trade.
Jim Cramer teaches investors how Tina Turner keeps a portfolio running, sometimes down the river.