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The electric automaker shares popped after it posted a surprise earnings beat.
"We don't believe in shipping a product before it's ready, and we need a little more time," Apple said.
Hedge fund billionaire Julian Robertson said he is "apoplectic over the thought of" a Hillary Clinton presidency.
Clinton has jumped out to a nine-point lead in New Hampshire, while she’s tied with Trump in Nevada, NBC News reports.
Sen. Bernie Sanders issued a letter to the Justice Department, asking it to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger.
Even if Disney sells off on its earnings early next month, one trader sees the stock headed higher into next year.
Money manager Louis Navellier is buying shares of Edwards Lifesciences after the stock plunged 17% on lower-than-expected sales last quarter.
IBM's Watson first appeared on "Jeopardy" five years ago, and since then, Watson has become the "silver thread" tied into much of IBM's success.
Jim Cramer was shocked by the lack of respect shown to Apple CEO Tim Cook by analysts on the company's conference call.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd tells CNBC's "Closing Bell" the company offered NetSuite a "fair offer" of $109 a share in a deal valued at $9.3 billion.
Mitt Romney said Wednesday he faulted himself for not adequately conveying conservative economic ideas during his presidential campaign.
A key airlines ETF dropped nearly 2 percent on Wednesday, after Southwest Airlines reported a quarterly profit fall of 33.6 percent.
Apple plans to unveil its new version of a TV guide tomorrow during a product event in California, Recode reports.
Trader Jim Lebenthal, whose "Halftime" model portfolio is up 26 percent this year, bought shares of Time Warner on Wednesday.
Julian Robertson said he's bullish on the shares of Microsoft and Air Canada.
There's a chance the sluggish U.S. economy actually grew at a 3 percent pace or better in the third quarter — the best rate in two years.
The "Tipping Point" author prefers to stick to his strengths.
As baseball fans look to Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, investing fans may be in the late innings of their own game.
For many, Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes represented a promise that disease could be caught sooner, NBC News reports.