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  • What more could the market want?

    CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox take a look at Apple and how that and other developments are affecting the broader market.

  • This is why you should be buying Apple shares

    David Garrity, Principal at GVA Research, says Apple's decision to raise its dividend and step up its stock buyback program signaled confidence in the tech giant's outlook.

  • Is Apple still in good shape?

    Bert Dohmen, President & Founder at Dohmen Capital Research Institute and Scott Nations, President & Chief Investment Officer at NationsShares, debate about Apple's performance in the second-quarter.

  • Why Apple is 'still in good shape': Pro

    Scott Nations, President & Chief Investment Officer at NationsShares, likes Apple but describes why its seven-for-one stock split may not be that beneficial for investors.

  • Why Apple's stock split may be a good thing

    David Kudla, CIO at Mainstay Capital Management, says Apple's decision to split its stock seven for one will make its shares more accessible and lead to an improvement in stock prices.

  • Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Apple dazzled investors with a big earnings beat, another big buyback and a dividend hike that should boost sentiment up and down Wall Street.

  • The Apple store on Fifth Avenue in New York City.

    On Wednesday shares of Apple surged almost 8% in the aftermarket, after the iPhone maker released quarterly results.

  • Dunkin' options sizzling

    Mike Khouw, Managing Director, DASH Financial, discusses options activity in Dunkin Donuts as well as what he expects to see from Apple.

  • Apple must capitalize on iTunes: Gillis

    Colin Gillis, Director of Research & Senior Technology Analyst, BGC Financial, L.P., discusses the company's conference call and what he thinks the company is up to.

  • A customer tries an Apple product at the company's Fifth Avenue store in Midtown Manhattan on April 22, 2014 in New York City.

    Apple surged on better-than-expected earnings and a 7:1 stock split. Activist investor Carl Icahn said the company remains "undervalued."

  • Apple logo store

    Apple's stock buyback does little to staunch fears that the company is losing the innovation game to rivals, say analysts.

  • Ride Apple stock: Seymour

    The earnings calls are underway as both stocks beat expectations. The Fast Money traders discuss the quarter and Tim Seymour says he's planning to ride the stock. Karen Finerman says she's happy they're doing cosmetic things, but is concerned about the tablet number.

  • The Qualcomm booth at the 2014 International CES.

    Apple in the news after the bell Wednesday:

  • Stocks mostly fell Wednesday after earnings from Boeing and AT&T.

  • Apple's 'limited foresight'

    Moshe Cohen, Columbia Business School professor, explains why he thinks Apple has limited foresight, and why consumers are losing faith in the ability of its new leadership.

  • 'Surprisingly good numbers' from Apple: Munster

    Apple is reporting Q2 EPS of $11.62 on revenue of $45.6 billion. Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst, says investors should feel a sense of relief on these numbers.

  • Apple 7-1 stock split huge milestone: Pro

    Discussing Apple's 7-for-1 stock split effective June 9, and the company's bad tablet number, with Max Wolff, Citizen VC chief economist, and Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst.

  • Apple's healthy beat

    Apple is reporting Q2 EPS of $11.62 on revenue of $45.6 billion, with CNBC's Josh Lipton. The company beat on the top and bottom lines. iPhone sales were particularly strong.

  • Apple needs new driver: Pro

    Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global chairwoman & founder, and Steve Sachs, ProShares Advisors head of capital markets, discuss Apple earnings and the overall health of the tech sector.

  • Earnings Squad: Apple & Facebook

    Discussing analyst expectations for Apple and Facebook earnings expected after the closing bell, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg, Melissa Lee and Dominic Chu.