CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the total compensation Apple CEO Tim Cook received in 2015.
Maybe it's time to rethink Apple stock and call it a decent bond, with an ownership slice of a dominant tech company attached.
Traders may have set the bar just low enough for Apple to succeed in coming quarters, FBR's Daniel Ives says.
The last time Apple's stock ended lower for the year, it was down nearly 57 percent.
Apple, Facebook and unicorn technology companies are putting out fires as business practices come under scrutiny this week.
Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, and Lou Basenese, Disruptive Tech Research, weigh in on iPhone sales and their fourth quarter expectations.
These 10 social media savvy CEOs are ruling Twitter, garnering the most retweets and likes on the platform in 2015, according to CrowdTangle.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on what Apple must do in 2016.
Jim Cramer has a plan for Apple's stock, which will have investors drooling over more than just an iPhone.
Tim Cook voices concerns about the proposed update of UK surveillance laws.
Daniel Ives, senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets, says Apple's sales are falling and it is "putting more eggs in the iPhone 7 basket which really needs to be a blockbuster."
Industry insiders say Tim Cook made a compelling case that he is acting in shareholders' interests.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has a message for Tim Cook critics.
Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets, weighs in on Tim Cook's appearance on 60 Minutes and his concerns on taxes.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses Tim Cook's remarks on corporate taxes
The chief executive shoots down the idea that the company has been avoiding taxes on overseas profits.
Senior Analyst Dan Ives of FBR Capital Markets and Ed Lee of Re/Code discuss the latest statements made by Tim Cook addressing corporate taxes, and manufacturing products in China.
Senior Analyst Dan Ives of FBR Capital Markets and Ed Lee of Re/Code discuss the latest statements made by Tim Cook addressing issues concerning his company and encryption technology.
Apple's CEO had some harsh words for critics of the company's handling of overseas profits in a clip of an upcoming "60 minutes" interview.
Two of the world's biggest companies, Apple and Wal-Mart Stores, are two companies "you can never mention."