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Apple's stock has been soaring since its 7-for-1 stock split in April. Bert Dohmen, Dohmen Capital Research Institute, and Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, discuss what's behind the tech giant's run-up.
Tim Cook needs someone to "ride shotgun" at Apple on music, said Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson, who thinks Beats co-founder and Jimmy Iovine fits the bill.
Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, discusses Amazon's growing feud with book publisher Hachette.
Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, shares his thoughts on Apple's acquisition of Beats and Steve Jobs' relationship with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. And Dan Colarusso, Reuters Digital, discusses.
Toni Sacconaghi, Sanford C. Bernstein senior research analyst, discusses what the Beats deal means for Apple and if this was the best decision for the tech giant to invest its capital.
Bob Davis, Highland Capital Partners, explains why he is watching instant, on demand apps and services.
Geoff Lewis, Founders Fund partner, explains why he doesn't like the Apple-Beats deal, and why Spotify will likely win the streaming music wars.
I hope Iovine will be able to work his magic, says Geoff Lewis, Founders Fund partner, sharing his thoughts on whether Apple and Beats will be able to create synergy. I think it's a long shot, says Lewis.
Jonathan Geller, BGR.com, and Tom Forte, Telsey Advisory Group, discuss why Apple needs to create new products. And Forte explains why he has a price target of $650 on the stock.
Jonathan Geller, BGR.com and Tom Forte, Telsey Advisory Group talk about Apple's acquisition of Beats. I think there are more positives to the deal than negatives, says Forte.
Apple products have disrupted the phone, computer and music markets, but support for the tech giant to move into financial services is flagging.
Anyone who attended the groundbreaking D: All Things Digital conferences in the past will recognize the high-powered lineup of senior executives.
Even though Apple's WWD conference is almost never about new products, the rumor mill has been churning heavily about this year's event.
It's a huge departure for Tim Cook, says Matthew Garrahan, Financial Times media editor, discussing Apple's rumored attempt to acquire Beat Electronics for $3.2 billion.
The epic patent fight between Samsung and Apple ended on Monday after a jury ordered Samsung pay $120 million in damages for copying iPhone technology. Kurt Eichenwald, Vanity Fair, profiled the mobile giants in the June issue.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst, discusses what's driving Apple's stock surge and explains why investors should feel confident in owning Apple.
Apple is expanding to medical technology. The company is recruiting a team of medical executives and has offered hints of the iWatch and others.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wants to replace the wallet with a mobile payment system. This is a step for Apple to become the leader in e-commerce.
If you've been anticipating some new category-defining hardware at Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, don't hold your breath.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, weighs in on Apple's move to hire Angela Ahrendts as SVP of retail and online stores. Ahrendts will report directly to Tim Cook.