Apple's CEO is still upset about a court battle with the FBI from 2016 following the San Bernadino terrorist attack.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the tech industry very much needs to be regulated but he's "not confident" in U.S. lawmakers to do it right.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is speaking at the TIME 100 Summit around 10 a.m. ET on Tuesday in New York City.
Apple's settlement with Qualcomm shows it had no choice but to partner with its legal rival.
French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral following a devastating fire, and companies pledged millions in donations to the efforts.
Walt Mossberg, co-founder of Recode, joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss lagging innovation at Apple, streaming services and more.
"It didn't make any sense, and yet, my gut said go for it."
One of them is a "visionary" 800-page sci-fi novel.
Matt Maley of Miller Tabak and Mark Tepper of Strategic Wealth Partners discuss Apple's positive run with CNBC's Kelly Evans.
Jim Cramer explains why stockholders of household names should not be too quick to pull the trigger when they hit a rough patch.
The New York Times' Farhad Manjoo discusses his op-ed 'The Incredible Shrinking Apple,' in which Manjoo criticizes Apple's lack of innovation. Business Insider's Henry Blodget also weighs in.
"The more downbeat stories we see about the market, the more likely it will be that we'll have a decent earnings season," Jim Cramer says.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's cry for stricter internet regulation, including widespread adoption of European-style rules, has left some privacy advocates in Europe unimpressed.
CNBC's Josh Lipton and Jon Fortt report that Apple has cancelled the release of its wireless charging pad, AirPower. The product was announced in 2017.
Tom Forte of D.A. Davidson and CNBC's Julia Boorstin discuss questions that remain surrounding Apple's announcement of its new video streaming service, Apple TV+, with CNBC's "Power Lunch" team.
Ex-Apple employee Guy Kawasaki wants Apple releases to tug at his heartstrings. For the most part, they've been coming up short for him.
David Rolfe, Apple shareholder and CIO at Wedgewood Partners, and Jim Suva, Citi's Apple analyst, join "Squawk on the Street" to discuss Apple's announcement of Apple News+, TV+, Apple Arcade, and the Apple Card.
Jim Cramer explains why the analysts are wrong about Apple's new products and why investors should be buying the stock.
CNBC's "Closing Bell" breaks down Apple's new services, including Apple Card and Apple TV+, with Ross Gerber, CEO of Gerber Kawasaki, Kevin Landis, CIO and portfolio manager at Firsthand Capital Management, and Dan Rayburn, principal analyst at Frost and Sullivan.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Monday that the company's new card "is uniquely positioned to make the most significant change in the credit card experience in 50 years." Some credit card experts are underwhelmed.