Investors should have a better sense of where Apple's stock will head after it reports earnings on Monday. Josh Lipton previews the results.
Google Android and Apple iPads dominate the tablet market, but sales of the Microsoft Surface more than doubled last quarter.
Although groundbreaking Apple products had sticker prices ranging from $399 to $2,495, the opportunity cost of owning them is actually much higher.
CNBC's Josh Lipton weighs in on what investors and traders should expect in terms of Apple earnings on Monday.
Samsung Electronics Co posted its first decline in quarterly profit in two years, hit by a one-off special bonus as well as slowing smartphone sales.
Carl Icahn just bought another $500 million of Apple share, raising his firm's stake in the company to $3.6 billion. Apple shares are up.
After the earnings announcement, the company's shares rose 4.3 percent in after-hours trading.
In an open letter to Apple shareholders, investor Carl Icahn says Apple is the most overcapitalized company in corporate history. CNBC's Dominic Chu details the letter's specifics.
Stocks dropped overnight on poor China manufacturing data and then again when the U.S. market opened.
Apple is preparing to offer two new smartphone models with screens larger than 4½ and 5 inches, The WSJ reports.
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EBay CEO John Donahoe says no way to Carl Icahn's call for it to spin off its online payment service PayPal.
Carl Icahn is proposing a spinoff of eBay's fast-growing PayPal division, but the e-commerce giant says no.
This market is moving so rapidly that some major changes are literally manifesting overnight!
The activist investor has nominated two directors to eBay's board and wants a PayPal spinoff. The company doesn't appear to agree.
Wednesday's midday movers:
The estimated cost to repair the giant glass panel is $450,000, according to 9to5Mac.
Icahn Enterprises Chairman Carl Icahn discusses why he reduced the amount of buyback he is asking from Apple to $50 billion from $150 billion.
Icahn Enterprises Chairman Carl Icahn explains why he sees so much value in Apple, and why he is criticizing the board and not the management team at Apple over not having a buyback. "The board should be listening to guys like me and its shareholders," he says.
Icahn Enterprises Chairman Carl Icahn explains why he sees so much value in Apple. "Apple is a no brainer," he says.