"This week happens to be a huge week in the history of the Mac, and the history of Apple," Cook said.
What the authenticated memo makes clear is how inseparable the Clinton Foundation was to business interests, NBC News reports.
Global bond yields are rising at a rapid clip as traders try to adjust to the idea of a world that isn't flush with easy money from central banks.
Despite reports that Apple's car initiative may be on the fritz, the company still has plenty to focus on.
There's a strange correlation occurring this year between crude and airline stocks.
If Donald Trump is elected president, it will be exceedingly harmful to markets, bad for our economy, and could help drive the nation back into a recession, says former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton.
Documentary film legend Ken Burns tells BINGE what he learned from Steve Jobs, weighs in on Donald Trump and reveals his favorite films, and yes, binges.
JPMorgan reiterated its underweight rating on Tesla shares as the company's September quarter results were boosted by one-off benefits, the bank said.
After Melissa Ben-Ishay lost her job, she found her passion.
Whether it’s celebrity investors or small businesses on Main Streets across America, these are the stories of the entrepreneurial heroes behind the movement
"The Money Wizard" puts away 60% of his income and expects to have $750,000 by 37.
Although "voter suppression" sounds ominous, the tactics are just advertising aimed at turning targeted groups away from Clinton.
After falling to the lowest level in 50 years, the U.S. homeownership rate bounced up slightly in the third quarter of this year.
Twitter is killing off Vine, the app it once hoped would complement its text-based network with a vibrant community of independent creators.
Randall L. Stephenson has a vision for the future if regulators approve AT&T's $85.4 billion bid for Time Warner, the New York Times reports.
Here's a reason to smile, even with the doom and gloom of the election cycle: Your finances are in better shape these days.
The behemoth super PAC backing Hillary Clinton is targeting two vulnerable Republican senators in the final push to Election Day.
The AT&T-Time Warner merger raises questions of whether a deal this big will benefit consumers, Sen. Richard Blumenthal said.
The deal requires Mylan to pay $465 million to settle claims the company shortchange Medicaid on EpiPen rebates.