At Apple, the CEO succession picture could hardly be more clear: Though it's unofficial, Cook, the company’s chief operating officer, is likely the guy.
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The film, television and video game industries are all facing seismic shifts in their fields and are trying to find ways to avoid the same fate as the music industry while using very similar tactics.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.
The software titan posted results that outstripped estimates Thursday, but reported a dip in quarterly sales of its core Windows operating system, signaling a recent downturn in PCs.
Ever since the days of the town-square market or the general store, shopping has been a social experience. But more recently, Web sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial have used the phrase “social shopping” and tried to give it a new meaning.
The ‘back of a business card’ idea is akin to the elevator pitch. You need to be able to quickly and clearly communicate your value in a way that people can easily understand you, your idea and what you want to sell, according to the author.
For Microsoft, is it the best of times or the worst of times? We'll find out after the bell, but bulls and bears can both cite numbers to make their case.
Two days after Sony announced that a major computer hack had possibly compromised the credit card numbers of tens of millions of customers, a US Senator is demanding a Department of Justice investigation into the matter—and complaining that Sony did not come clean about the breach soon enough.
CNBC's Eamon Javers has the story on Sony facing more scrutiny after the Play Station security breach.
New rules allow anyone to demand that Web sites and service providers remove content considered objectionable. The NYT reports.
To illustrate his point, the "Mad Money" host highlights two cautionary tales.
The "Mad Money" host praised the Federal Reserve Chairman and his policies.
The internet commerce company posted quarterly results that topped Wall Street forecasts and raised its outlook for the fiscal year Wednesday.
While Sony says it is still unsure if the hacker who broke into its PlayStation Network and Qriocity Music Service was able to access credit card information, consumer advocates are on high alert.
The precious metal is just too volatile right now, the "Mad Money" host said.
Sony's acknowledgement that hackers have compromised its PlayStation Network put 70 million subscribers on alert — and left a lot of people with a lot of questions.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street.
The online retail giant posted earnings that disappointed analyst views Tuesday, but raised its revenue guidance for the current quarter.
Discussing whether Netflix is cutting in on cable companies' territory, with Michael Wolff, Vanity Fair columnist, and Anthony DiClemente, Barclays Capital.