Tim Cook took home a total compensation package worth $4.25M in 2013, up slightly from $4.17 million last year.
Santa's sleigh delays; frothy tech valuations; and more 'wisdom' from McDonald's. Here are this week's market winners and losers.
"It's pretty straightforward: Pick the themes, then pick the winners within the themes," Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says.
While there were plenty of big surprises in 2013, no story was more unique than bitcoin, the online currency that shook up the global monetary system.
CNBC's John Fortt explains how Apple users are spending more than Android users on their mobile devices.
Amazon's Kindle got the biggest bump in device activations on Christmas day, according to data from Flurry Analytics.
Is the media enabling activist investors? BuzzFeed business reporter Matthew Zeitlin, and the "Squawk Box" panel share their opinions.
Companies are likely to spend more money on mobile ads in the coming year, according to one industry executive.
UPS and FedEx hit the road Thursday, scrambling to deliver boxes to angry customers who didn't receive the gifts they ordered in time for Christmas. NBC News reports.
Two outspoken corporate governance experts say Silicon Valley companies need to add more diversity to their board rooms.
A host of movers and shakers on Wall Street and in Washington are hoping that Santa will grant them their biggest holiday wishes, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
U.S. stock-index futures tilted higher on Tuesday after orders for U.S. durable goods rose 3.5 percent in November.
European equities closed marginally higher as upbeat U.S. economic sentiment continued to buoy sentiment in Europe, but with the holidays approaching, trading was thin.
Asian equity markets cheered another record close on Wall Street overnight, led by fresh six-year highs on Japan's benchmark index.
Simon Grose Hodge, Head of Investment Advisory, South Asia at LGT Bank Singapore tells CNBC's Cash Flow which U.S. stocks he likes.
Rob Enderle, President and Principal Analyst at the Enderle Group says the iPhone may be too pricey for the average consumer in China.
News on Apple, BlackBerry and Amazon portrays a trio of tech giants whose future will be shaped by unique catalysts.
U.S. stocks climbed on Monday, with the Dow industrials and S&P 500 furthering their record advance.
More firms are inviting hedge fund managers with activist ideas of returning capital and business spin-offs to join company boards, the FT reports.
Discussing if the China Mobile deal will lead to a prosperous 2014 for Apple, with Larry Haverty, Gabelli Funds, and Larry Fishelson, Dynalink CEO. "If you don't change with constant disruptive technology you're not going to last," Fishelson says.