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  • Here are the main things to look for in Apple's earnings report, which is expected to move the stock.

  • Forget about iPhone sales, because there's a much more important indicator of where Apple will go. And right now, it's flashing a serious buy signal.

  • The cost of hack attacks

    Apple's developer website shut down after hackers tried to steal sensitive information from the site. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports CSIS and McAfee have partnered to study the cost of cybercrime.

  • All eyes on Apple earnings

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin says all eyes are on Apple earnings following misses by Google and Microsoft last week. Analysts do not have great expectations for the tech giant, but hope for good news in the new product cycle just the same.

  • Netflix earnings preview

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at Netflix earnings and whether the company's significant investment in original content is paying off.

  • Can Apple really save tech?

    Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets, and Peter Goodman, The Huffington Post, discuss whether Apple can come up with something that will again set the tech world on its ear.

  • Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Apple's main website for developers remains shut after intruders tried to steal sensitive information last week, forcing the iPhone maker to overhaul its database and server software.

  • For the first time in weeks, Fed officials are keeping a low profile and stocks may be more influenced by a rush of earnings news in the week ahead.

  • Huge earnings are coming in the week ahead. Companies including Apple, McDonald’s and Boeing all report. Are you ready?

  • Companies that generate most of their sales in the U.S. had better revenue growth in the second quarter, and that trend that could continue to be evident next week, when about a third of the S&P 500 companies report.

  • The lead member of influential rock band Radiohead, Thom Yorke, who has experimented with new models for selling music online, thinks Spotify is a bad model for musicians.

  • Google spanked after earnings

    Scott Stein, CNET.com, and Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal, discuss Google's future after last night's earnings miss.

  • Banking has grown to more than 8 percent of GDP but customer satisfaction is low. Change is slow, but it's coming for the banks.

  • After a two-week hiatus for summer break, Talking Squawk, the official "Squawk Box" blog, is back (lucky you) with all the tidbits, insights and sarcasm you expect.

  • Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Manufacturers of high-end smartphones may be forced to lower prices in the coming months, as the market nears saturation and users slow the pace of changing phones, say analysts.

  • Russia's top ten billionaires are all self-made businessmen who made their fortunes in the chaotic business world that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.

  • Allen Wastler

    A momentous thing happened on CNBC.com yesterday: Apple wasn't the top stock looked up by readers of the Web site.

  • Is Apple TV up to par?

    Brian Stelter, New York Times, discusses his latest article about Apple's strategy for TV. He also shares his reaction to Netflix's Emmy news.