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Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
Buffet reckons the iPhone maker might be the first company worth that much. Growth has slowed, but Apple will continue having huge profit.
A PwC managing partner in charge of the Oscar envelopes tweeted a picture of Emma Stone just three minutes before Oscar Best Picture mix-up fiasco began.
Thiel was so influential on the team that some of his employees called him "the shadow president," according to Politico.
One top technician says it's time to fade the industrials.
There is a really interesting strategy behind President Trump's war on the media, explains crisis-management expert Eric Dezenhall.
Buffett said there's not enough evidence climate change is affecting weather to make him alter Berkshire Hathaway's insurance underwriting.
The stock has skyrocketed 30 percent in the past 12 months, hitting an all-time intraday high of $1,664.99 as recently as Feb. 23.
Netflix is worth more than $60 billion, but the idea for it stemmed from a textbook engineering example, according to Reed Hastings.
The viewership numbers on YouTube mark a 10-fold increase since 2012, the company told the Wall Street Journal.
Before "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" you would be hard pressed to find a female action figure on the shelves of your toy store.
Appaloosa Management founder David Tepper tells CNBC he remains bullish on the stock market rally.
The White House wants $54 billion more in defense spending for fiscal 2018 – news that is being well received Monday major defense stocks.
Here are the hidden costs of Trump's mass deportation plan, says Prof. Gustavo A. Flores-Macías.
Jefferies says higher-than-expected inflation data may be the catalyst which sparks market volatility.
Mobile operators will soon offer data plans that would give users unlimited video streaming, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said on Monday.
"Ambiguous" counterfeiting laws in China are the fundamental factor hampering Alibaba's fight against counterfeiting, the company said.
"Obviously, I should have bought it long ago," Buffett says. "I didn't understand the power of the model."
JPMorgan on Monday upgraded Aflac to overweight on valuations and the firm's earnings potential.
The CNBC IQ 100 Index is whipping the S&P 500, and it just added a surprising stock: Target. The retailer is more innovative than Google.