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Apple put a stake in the ground Monday, aiming to school rival technology companies with some flashy new features.
Apple unveiled new software and services Monday, but market experts disagreed on whether it was enough to satisfy investors.
For the first time, Apple is letting users delete the company's built-in apps. The Verge reports.
Apple showed off updates to Siri, a rebooted Apple Music, iOS 10 for iPhones and iPads, a new Mac operating system and more.
Apple's mobile wallet is now positioned to compete with online payment companies, while you can now talk to Siri on your laptop.
Apple opened up Siri and Maps for outside developers on Monday at its worldwide developers conference.
Apple is upgrading Apple TV by making it more accessible from the iPhone and with Siri controls.
The Apple Watch is getting a new emergency call feature, the company announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference Monday.
As investigators look into the Orlando nightclub shooting, security experts work to determine how these events can be prevented.
Along with Reid Hoffman's major windfall will come a massive tax bill that could top $300 million for the state of California alone.
Alex Molinaroli, chairman and CEO of Johnson Controls, joins CNBC's Phil LeBeau for an exclusive conversation on a new battery technology's potential.
The Brexit vote will create short-term volatility but is not key for the U.S. market this year, two experts say.
At the same time, federal health spending would decline by more than $900 billion.
The Orlando massacre has once again prompted calls for a ban on the AR-15, the weapon used in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
Gay Men's Health Crisis CEO Kelsey Louie criticizes the Food and Drug Administration's continued ban on gay blood donations.
The FBI is reviewing its contacts with Orlando shooter Omar Mateen, but hasn't found any lapse in its dealings with him, Director James Comey says.
It all amounts to the "astonishing history investors are living through today," said Michael Hartnett, chief investment strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Polls and bookies are saying two different things when it comes to the likelihood that Britons will vote to leave the European Union.
LinkedIn may reinvigorate Microsoft but there are several red flags on this deal, says BreakingViews columnist Robert Cyran.
By buying LinkedIn, Microsoft is showing that it wants to be the biggest provider of professional software services.