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Shares of tech giant Apple broke below $100 a share in premarket trading on Monday as a global selloff in equities continued.
Apple said 21 percent of Apple Music trial users dumped the service, in contrast to a study which puts that number at 48 percent.
One firm is predicting the first year-on-year decline in iPhone sales for 2016.
Apple fans might have to wait a little bit longer for its TV streaming service, according to Apple Insider.
The drugstore is expanding to accept Apple Pay and Google Wallet Saturday after slashing support last year. Re/code reports.
A new search on Reunion Island has begun to search for more plane debris, and Apple spends about $700,000 per year to protect its CEO Tim Cook, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan. Also, Kim Kardashian and Kanye took a picture with Hillary Clinton.
Apple shells out this much money per year to keep CEO Tim Cook safe, Patently Apple reports.
Timing is not to be overlooked even when buying these stocks on the dip, according to one chief investment officer.
Apple is releasing numbers this morning that could calm investor fears about the company's growth, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton with the details.
The “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple’s recent decline.
Jim Cramer saw that investors could not hide from big bad China on Tuesday, including Apple.
Jim Cramer reminded investors that there are always two sides to every coin. Why China, oil and Greece are all good for the bulls.
Top students are attending a summer camp aimed at learning entrepreneurship at EXPLO Startup outside Boston. Is your kid the next Steve Jobs?
Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, says Tim Cook has made one big mistake while being CEO.
The “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer just can’t recommend this pair of oil plays right now.
Jim Cramer gives his take on China's impact on Apple, and where the big money is really flowing.
From software companies to drugmakers to fast food chains, economic weakness in China is denting multinationals' financials this earnings season.
Jim Cramer sees that everything happening right now links back to China. Beware of these poisonous stocks!
Anyone who says the Chinese consumer may have hit a reset has a "fundamental" misunderstanding of the country's market, one expert said.
Steve Milunovich, UBS analyst, weighs in with a bullish outlook on Apple after their earnings and conference call.