Apple wants to be more than just a company that makes iPhones and is growing revenue from services, up 19 percent in its fiscal third quarter.
Apple reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analyst expectations on Tuesday, as its bet on the iPhone SE paid off.
Clinton became the party's nominee following days of tension between pro-Clinton forces and delegates who supported Bernie Sanders.
After the Republican convention, just 52 percent of respondents to a small CNBC survey believe Hillary Clinton will prevail over Donald Trump.
Oil prices are heading lower in a shakeout that could continue into the fall months.
Apple CEO Tim Cook just hinted at the company's plans with chips, acquisitions, cars and China all in one comment.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC PRO found which stocks and ETFs should outperform if crude continues its slide through $40.
Some Sanders supporters outside the DNC in Philly refuse to vote for Hillary. (Most of them prefer Jill Stein.) But we asked them what Hillary could do to win them over?
Jim Cramer highlighted one stock that is the shining star of a dull IPO market.
The "Fast Money" traders debated whether it's time to get into Under Armour after the stock fell 5 percent on Tuesday.
Tesla offered a peek into its 'gigafactory' in the Nevada desert on Wednesday.
After a full year with co-founder Jack Dorsey as CEO, Twitter continues to struggle with revenue growth.
David Einhorn added to his position in chemical company Chemours, according to a Greenlight Capital investor letter.
Jim Cramer bit into Apple earnings and explained why the stock traded up after hours following earnings.
Check out these companies making headlines after the bell on Tuesday.
For the first time in seven quarters, the Cupertino-based company said its cash pile decreased.
Bill Clinton may be a great public speaker but if he really wants to help Hillary, the best thing to do may just be to stay quiet, says Jake Novak.
The oil industry has an oversupply issue that won't be balancing out soon, Again Capital's John Kilduff says.
Apple Music has been increasing its original content in order to compete with streaming services like Netflix and Spotify.
The S&P SmallCap 600 index has already surged 11 percent this year, and it could be headed higher, according to one market technician.