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  • Apple by the numbers

    Chris Caso, Susquehanna Financial Group, and Nilay Patel, The Verge editor-in-chief, discuss Apple's quarterly results and where they see growth for the tech giant, including changes in the iPhone and new devices.

  • What's ahead for Apple?

    Ivan Feinseth, Tigress Financial Partners, says now is a good time to buy Apple stocks and weighs in on the tech giant's cash hoard and China sales.

  • A customer uses her smartphone at an Apple store in Shanghai.

    Apple reported fiscal first quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates, but came in below expectations on revenue, iPhone sales and more.

  • Customers purchase at an Apple store in Beijing, China.

    Despite boasting the company's "best results ever" in Greater China region, CEO Tim Cook acknowledged "the turbulent environment."

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 26- Apple Inc forecast its first revenue drop in 13 years and reported the slowest-ever growth in iPhone shipments as the critical Chinese market showed signs of weakening, suggesting the technology company's period of exponential growth may be ending. "It's disappointing to see them miss on an already downward adjusted sales number and the...

  • Apple CEO Cook earnings call: Our huge accomplishments

    Apple CEO Tim Cook makes statements regarding Apple's quarterly results, noting the company's generated record revenue. Cook also discusses China, foreign currency, and economic conditions.

  • *Number of fake Apple stores in Shenzhen district down by a third. While China remains a crucial growth driver for Apple, the anecdotal evidence from Shenzhen illustrates the economic headwinds the U.S. firm faces in a market that CEO Tim Cook has said will one day be its biggest. Apple's China sales grew 84 percent in the year through September.

  • Tim Cook, CEO of Apple

    Despite a declining stock and warnings from suppliers, analysts still expect solid earnings from Apple when it reports after the bell Tuesday.

  • Is Apple poised for a comeback?

    Brian White, Global, Drexel Hamilton, shares his expectation on Apple's earnings, and Apple's growth strategy.

  • Jan 22- Apple Inc's Steve Zadesky, who has been overseeing the company's electric car project for the last two years, has said he is leaving the company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. Apple has never acknowledged it is looking into building an electric car, but the company has recruited dozens of auto experts,...

  • Customers pose for a photograph as an Apple store opens on January 16, 2016 in Nanjing, China.

    One top technology analyst said he's a buyer of Apple's stock, saying the price could jump 50 percent by September — based on what it did in 2013.

  • MUMBAI, Jan 20- Apple Inc has applied to set up its own stores in India, one of the world's fastest growing smartphone markets, as the iPhone-maker looks to tap new opportunities amid worries of slowing growth in its main markets. Apple sells its iPhones, iPads and Macs in India through third party resellers, and industry analysts estimate that the Cupertino,...

  • Should you be buying the Apple dip?

    What can take Apple's stock higher, with the FMHR traders.

  • What you're missing on Apple

    Apple has been upgraded to a buy by Abhey Lamba, Mizuho analyst.

  • Tech trend show 'major opportunity for Apple: Pro

    Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, discusses interesting trends he is seeing at CES, and shares his outlook on Apple and explains how he arrived at a $200 price target on the stock.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook took home $10.3M in 2015

    The Chief Executive of the world's most valuable company received an 11.5% increase in compensation.

  • Jan 6- Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook's compensation rose 11.5 percent to $10.3 million in 2015, the company said on Wednesday, a year when its sales grew 28 percent and profits by 35 percent but its shares fell for the first time since 2008.. Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri's annual compensation rose about 81 percent to $25.3 million in 2015. In fact,...

  • Jan 6- Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook's compensation rose 11.5 percent to $10.3 million in 2015, a year when the company had a rocky ride due to fears of slowing shipments of its new iphone models. Cook's base pay increased about 14.4 percent to $2 million last year, while non-equity incentive compensation rose about 19 percent to $8 million, according to a...

  • Tim Cook gets $10.3M in 2015 compensation

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the total compensation Apple CEO Tim Cook received in 2015.

  • Apple Store in New York City

    Maybe it's time to rethink Apple stock and call it a decent bond, with an ownership slice of a dominant tech company attached.