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.
Twitter, Ford and Apple are making waves on Wall Street this Thursday morning.
Exact details about what went wrong with Samsung's Galaxy Note S7 remain unclear, says Mark Newman, managing director at Bernstein.
Samsung's lower profits were expected due to its Note S7 troubles but its display and DRAM units improved, says Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Dongwon Yoo.
The Verge reports the tech giant could be planning to launch a new laptop without an escape key.
Coca-Cola, Boeing and Apple are grabbing Wall Street headlines this Wednesday morning.
The tech giant says its cash hoard grew by $6.1-billion in the fiscal fourth quarter.
Xiaomi's Hugo Barra talks about the importance of design at the Chinese tech firm and weighs in on Apple's controversial move to nix the headphone jack.
Online unit sales of Xiaomi smartphones in India hit 1 million in 18 days and are set to increase, says Hugo Barra, global VP at Xiaomi.
Hugo Barra, global VP at Xiaomi, talks about the battery quality control and technology at the company, as well as its ability to take on U.S. competitors.
Sprint's CEO called the acquisition "a bold move" while also reiterating the need for regulation.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray Managing Director & Senior Research Analyst, gives his views on Apple's upcoming earnings.
Philips CEO, Frans van Houten, discusses how the electronics company is going to tackle the sluggishness seen in certain markets, while commenting on its Lumileds business.
Philips CEO, Frans van Houten, says he has full confidence that investors will see further improvement in spin-off Philips Lighting over the coming quarters.
Electronics firm, Philips, has announced an 18 percent increase in net income. Its CEO, Frans van Houten, discusses the results.
Morgan Stanley, Starbucks and Apple are grabbing headlines on Wall Street today.