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The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the situation, that Apple has slashed orders for the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max models. The three models were unveiled in September.
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Investors with more than $1 million in the market haven't changed their view of stocks after the midterm election results, but bullishness is still coming down.
Market volatility has led some to make major moves in retirement plans, but that trading may be more on emotion than long-term financial goals.
For years, digital media companies wrestled with charging for their content. The pendulum might be swinging in the direction of subscriptions as paywalls gain popularity and ad-fueled businesses struggle.
Americans spend hundreds of dollars on tax preparation each year, yet there are plenty of ways to do it at little or no cost.
Hoping to land one of Amazon's new jobs? CNBC talked with former recruiters at the e-commerce giant about what candidates should expect.
Jim Cramer breaks down how Take-Two Interactive is still a buy despite the market's disregard for the sector.
Jim Cramer tells investors to steer clear of Nvidia's stock as it hovers near its 52-week lows.
Jim Cramer advises callers' on their favorite stocks at lightning speed, including a retail play under pressure.
Jim Cramer sits down with Coca-Cola President and CEO James Quincey for a wide-ranging interview about his company's global strategy.
Jim Cramer guides investors through his plan for the week ahead, which will include key housing data and may bring news on interest rates and a potential trade deal.
Jim Cramer warns that the housing sector is under pressure and says Federal Reserve officials are all but ignoring the damage.
While some investors are avoiding homebuilders amid rising interest rates that traditionally serve as a headwind for the economically sensitive group of stocks, others say evidence is mounting for a bounce.
Technology stocks were hurt by a "challenging earnings season" last month but that's created a window of opportunity, J. P. Morgan internet analyst Doug Anmuth tells CNBC.
Women see their golden years as a time when they can finally put themselves first, according to a new survey.