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Apple is further from a $1 trillion market cap than it was in 2015.
Amazon Chime could pose a threat to other services like Skype, Google Hangouts as well as LogMeIn's GoToMeeting.
Apple passed the previous record of $134.54, set in April 2015.
Shares of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen fell more than 6 percent on Tuesday after the company hit its all-time high Monday.
Mattel says it will be marketing and selling to China one Alibaba's consumer marketplace Tmall.com.
Under Armour shares are down 27 percent this year.
The "Fast Money" traders weighed buying lagging stocks in hopes of making profits in a future rally.
Jim Cramer spoke with VMware COO Sanjay Poonen on the opportunity that technology brings to immigration in the U.S.
Jim Cramer spoke with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, who shared what happened behind closed doors in the White House.
Jim Cramer decoded the surge of Apple, and what technology means to the new post-election market landscape.
Shares of mining companies Vale and Cliff Natural Resources jumped Monday as China-listed iron ore futures soared.
Apple closed at $133.29 a share, surpassing its record closing high price of $133, set in February 2015.
Apple crested the $700-billion level it last hit in February 2015.
Shares of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen spiked more than 14 percent on talk of a deal with Restaurant Brands International.
One trader believes the gold rally is about to reverse, and it's time to short the yellow metal.
CLSA's Mike Mayo sees the bank rally continuing, and his bullishness isn't dependent on the "Trump bump."
Mobileye's stock jumped after the Israeli self-driving technology company said it was partnering with VW.
The drug was found to be generally well-tolerated with no serious adverse events or discontinuations reported, the company said.
Commodities are on a tear this year, and one technician thinks there's more room to run for one mining giant.
Jefferies on Monday pointed clients to a group of growth stocks that could outperform the market this year.
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