Financial firms continue to take flack for what many see as the outsized compensation they pay, but an early look at CEO pay for 2011 shows the biggest paychecks were doled out to the top executives at entertainment firms.
Be it expanding data storage, or improving the iPad’s screen, a select few technology companies are well poised to soar on Apple sales, says Stephanie Link, director of research and strategist for TheStreet.com.
After hitting $600 per share ahead of Friday’s new iPad release, Apple — along with a few select suppliers — might still be worth buying.
No question about it, Apple stock is hot — and Wednesday saw extreme action on the options side.
The popularity of mobile technology is making it a “critical year” for the companies and chip makers that create personal computers, Cowen & Co. analyst Matthew Hoffman told CNBC.
Here are a bundle of stocks that could see a boost on the back of the new iPad.
This is a case-by-case market, not one that’s driven by averages, the “Mad Money” host says.
Apple unveiled its new iPad to much fanfare, and one expert talked about what brand names were under the hood.
Stocks ended higher Wednesday, recovering a portion of the previous session's steep decline, buoyed by some better-than-expected economic reports and amid optimism over Greece's bond swap offer.
Shares of cellular carriers and chip suppliers rose following Apple's announcement of a new iPad. But Apple's stock was little-changed.
Apple’s major product launch on Wednesday could potentially spell good news for the tech giant’s partners Qualcomm, TriQuint Semiconductor, Corning, and Nuance.
Apple, maker of the wildly popular iPhone and iPad, leapt across the $500 billion mark in terms of market capitalization on Feb. 29, 2012. But if the stock seems too expensive, here are other ways to play an Apple rally.
Take a look at some of Tuesday morning's early movers:
Relative to its size, is Apple holding more cash than its peers? The answer, perhaps surprisingly, is no.
The stock market “represents the best house in the financial asset neighborhood,” Omega Advisors CEO Leon Cooperman told CNBC Monday.
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman & CEO, discusses why he thinks Treasury bonds are a bad bet for investors; investing in dividend-yielding stocks; the direction of commodities; and his strategy for the foreseeable future.
Only 10 percent of hedge funds have outperformed the Standard & Poor’s 500, with the typical hedge fund up only 3 percent for the year to date, Goldman Sachs chief equity strategist David Kostin told CNBC.
Think new gadgets from Apple that could drive chips makers? Either play the thesis with an index, or these stocks which are more levered to Apple.
With a trifecta of revenue streams, one analyst called IBM the corporate version of Apple.
Nasdaq big cap tech stocks hit new highs. Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Management, shares his view on Microsoft, Google and QQQ.