CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at what to expect when Apple unveils the new iPhone 7 and possibly a new version of the Apple Watch.
An Apple promoted Tweet, posted and quickly deleted, reveals some key new iPhone 7 features.
Ed Lee, Recode managing editor says Apple may wait until next year to reveal a significant change in its smartphone.
A chief executive’s political leanings may significantly influence whom workers donate to and choose at the polls, a study found.
With such negative sentiment leading into Apple's big product unveil, modest upgrades could drive the stock higher, say analysts.
Ireland's cabinet agreed on Friday to join Apple in appealing against a multi-billion-euro back tax demand that the European Commission has imposed on the iPhone maker.
Here are five of the most damaging things Hillary Clinton said during an FBI interview about her use of a private email server, says Jake Novak.
What did we learn this week? That a Hillary Clinton presidency is not inevitable and Donald Trump could seriously still win this thing, says Jake Novak.
The European Commission’s ruling that Apple should pay Ireland billions of dollars in back taxes was neither punitive nor unfair, one of the world’s best-known economists told CNBC on Thursday.
Hillary Clinton raised more than $143 million in August for her campaign and the Democratic Party.
The Former CEO of Best Buy cautioned that if the EU is going after Apple for taxes, other multinationals like Google, McDonald's and Amazon could be next.
Company CEO Tim Cook calls Europe's $14.5-billion tax demand 'completely unfair.'
Apple's Tim Cook makes a statement on the European Union's tax ruling. CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer weigh in.
Tim Cook says he expects to repatriate billions of dollars in deferred taxes to the US Treasury next year.
Europe's 13 billion-euro ($14.5 billion) tax demand is "political crap" that's "completely unfair," Tim Cook has told the Irish Independent.
Steve Jobs was going to focus his energy on one very specific, secret project: Apple's reinvention of TV, Recode reports.
Jim Cramer said Wednesday that CEO's won't come to Apple's defense regarding the European Union's tax ruling because they're afraid.
Walter Mossberg, The Verge Executive Editor, discusses how Apple has fared since Tim Cook took over as CEO.
Apple may have been the first big tech company to take advantage of Ireland's tax rates, but the rest of Silicon Valley has since followed.
Jim Cramer predicted Apple's stock would plummet from looking at the charts, but he still stands by his mantra not to trade. Here's why.