Best Buy reported better-than-expected comparable-store sales, helped by higher demand for consumer electronics and mobile phones.
It won't be feasible in the short term to transfer consumer electronics production lines from China to the U.S., says Jiang Long, president of GoerTek.
The China Consumers Association wants Apple to investigate reports that devices shut off and cannot be turned back on.
The Global Times calls Donald Trump's plan to impose a 45-percent tax on Chinese imports 'naive.'
Samsung agrees to acquire Harman International Industries for about $8-billion in cash.
KGI Securities expects less iPhones to ship in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year.
Evercore ISI says Best Buy lost 4 percentage points of market share in the high-end 4K TV market during the third quarter.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on GoPro's weak quarterly results and guidance.
Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two Interactive, joins "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer to discuss Take-Two's quarter and the future of the industry.
Jim Cramer says he thinks everybody who wants a Fitbit already has one.
Wells Fargo, Facebook and Fitbit are making noise on Wall Street this Thursday morning before the opening bell.
The two electronics giants still dominate the space as overall shipments remain sluggish.
The Japanese company says numbers were hurt by losses from the sale of its battery business and the strong yen.
Sony's gaming business will improve profit margins, especially as games sales increase during Christmas, says Macquarie Securities Japan's Damian Zhong.
Next quarter earnings might be more interesting as they will reflect the performance of the PlayStation VR, says MoneyMorning.com's Michael Robinson.
Baker Hughes, Sony and Apple are making headlines this Monday morning before the opening bell.
The technology giant, Apple has quietly pushed up the price of existing products in the United Kingdom.
Jonas Samuelson, CEO of Electrolux, discusses his company's markets as well as his commitment to renewable energy.
Huawei's co-CEO Ken Hu tells CNBC that 5G, AI and product feature improvements will transform smartphones over the next few years.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from Apple's Mac event where the electronics giant unveiled a new MacBook Pro with Touch ID.