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Daniel Ives, FBR Capital Markets, provides perspective on Apple stock and where the tech giant is likely to see it next growth spurt.
Nike CEO Mark Parker says tens of thousands of spinoff jobs also would be created from the trans-Pacific trade pact.
Two bidders won a lunch with Apple's CEO Tim Cook and passes to a keynote Apple event at the company's headquarters for $200,000.
Apple, IBM and Japanese insurance and bank holding company Japan Post have formed a partnership to improve the lives of elderly people in the country.
Drop in iPad sales is due to competition with larger screened phones and wireless partners who offer lower end tablets. Re/code reports.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on what is driving Apple's growth.
The FMHR traders take their positions on Apple stock.
Apple’s iPad sales are being challenged by both the new iPhone 6 Plus and Apple computers, according to CEO Tim Cook.
“The demand for everything [Apple], except tablets, if you want to nitpick, is much better than the supply," Jim Cramer says.
Apple reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped expectations, strong iPhone sales, and an expansion to its capital return program.
The FMHR crew discuss how Nelson Peltz's endorsement by the ISS to DuPont's board will likely impact the stock.
Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder and Reverb executive chairman, forecasts Apple earnings and the future of the company going forward.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Apple's expected free cash flow and how much of that money CEO Tim Cook plans to return to investors.
Apple is slated to disclose fiscal second-quarter earnings after the bell on Monday in what is arguably the most watched report of the season.
Dave Goldberg, SurveyMonkey CEO, shares the results of his poll which shows only 3-percent of people surveyed say they plan to buy an Apple Watch today.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports Apple Watch is officially available today but already fake watches are hitting the streets.
For Shazam's Daniel Danker, waiting for Apple to showcase his app for the upcoming smartwatch was among the scariest moments of his life.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, shares his outlook on Apple's smartwatch and why it will likely disrupt the watch industry.
While visiting an Apple store in California on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC that Apple Watch orders have been "great."
CNBC contributor Natali Morris was one of the first people to play with the Apple Watch.