Apple Inc (AAPL)

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NASDAQ : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 109.90
Open 110.00
Day Low/High 108.25 / 110.03
52 Wk Low/High 89.47 / 125.74
Volume 9.11M
Avg Volume 38.09M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 5.33B
Market Cap 583.83B
EPS 8.30
P/E Ratio 13.18
Div & Yield 2.28 (2.10%)

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U.S. Stocks Rise Despite Italy's 'No' Vote; Burberry Rejects Offers From Coach

U.S. Stocks Rise Despite Italy's 'No' Vote; Burberry Rejects Offers From Coach

U.S. stocks gained steam on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average opening at a fresh record high.

How Sirius Buying Pandora Could Create a 'Music Powerhouse'

How Sirius Buying Pandora Could Create a 'Music Powerhouse'

A deal for the streaming music service would 'future proof' Sirius' business model and create a formidable media entity, says an analyst.

Stock Futures Rise as Wall Street Shrugs Off Italy Referendum Defeat; Oil Gains

Stock Futures Rise as Wall Street Shrugs Off Italy Referendum Defeat; Oil Gains

Stock futures rise Monday as crude oil continues to climb higher and markets shrug off potential negative effects of Italy's "no" vote on its constitutional reform referendum.

Italy's Referendum Result, Apple's Automated Cars and Burberry's Takeover Turndown

Italy's Referendum Result, Apple's Automated Cars and Burberry's Takeover Turndown

Italy says no to constitutional reform, Apple say yes to automated cars, Burberry rejects a takeover and more.

Burberry Stock Rises on Report Of Coach Bid Rejection

Burberry Stock Rises on Report Of Coach Bid Rejection

Coach is said to have approached Burberry multiple times, but merger talks are no longer taking place.

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Monday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Monday

U.S. stock futures point higher following a decisive win for the 'No' campaign in Italy's constitutional referendum Sunday and the pending resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

Apple, Starbucks, Cisco: Doug Kass' Views

Apple, Starbucks, Cisco: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on a strange, possibly ominous day, and a 'ludicrous forecast.'

Apple's Calendar Spam Alerts--Tech Roundup

Apple's Calendar Spam Alerts--Tech Roundup

Apple's iCloud service has allowed spammers a way to hit users' Calendar app, an annoyance that will hopefully be cleared up.

U.S. Consumers Are Spending Like Crazy so Far This Holiday Season

U.S. Consumers Are Spending Like Crazy so Far This Holiday Season

Consumers have stepped up to shop so far this holiday season, according to new data.

After Losing China to Alibaba, Amazon Taking No Prisoners in India

After Losing China to Alibaba, Amazon Taking No Prisoners in India

Morgan Stanley slashes the valuation of its holding in India's leading local e-commerce player Flipkart to $5.54 billion as opposed to $15.5 billion at its peak.

Why Uber Faces a Day of Protests on Tuesday -- Tech Roundup

Why Uber Faces a Day of Protests on Tuesday -- Tech Roundup

Uber will deal with protests in the U.S. and also try to convince European regulators that it's a digital company, not a transportation business.

Will Apple's iPhone 8 Have a Curved Screen?

Will Apple's iPhone 8 Have a Curved Screen?

Apple suppliers have reportedly been asked to make thinner organic light displays, which could be a big hint about what the next iPhone will look like.

Penney Upgraded; Trade of the Week Update: Best of Kass

Penney Upgraded; Trade of the Week Update: Best of Kass

In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about his trade of the week, as well as how J.C.Penney upgraded.

Weekly Roundup

OPEC deal is among the highlights as markets finish off an explosive November. In the portfolio, we adjust the size of some of our positions.

Twitter Buys Yes, Finally Bags New Product VP

Twitter Buys Yes, Finally Bags New Product VP

The social media site hired Keith Coleman as VP of product after the position was vacant for nearly one year.

Silicon Valley vs. Donald Trump: Who Will Win?

Silicon Valley vs. Donald Trump: Who Will Win?

The president-elect and America's technology leaders have been at war. Here's what it means for investors.

Why Apple Can't Compete More Effectively With Google in Maps and Services

Why Apple Can't Compete More Effectively With Google in Maps and Services

While Apple is investing heavily in cloud services, Google's data and AI expertise still give it an edge in many cases. And partnering with Android's owner is a non-starter.

Why Apple Should Buy Pandora but Won't: More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Why Apple Should Buy Pandora but Won't: More Squawk From Jim Cramer

Pandora is reportedly open to selling itself again. Imagine what buying it would do for Apple's stock, Jim Cramer tells CNBC.

Apple Faces a Catch-22 in its Maps and Cloud Battle with Google

Apple Faces a Catch-22 in its Maps and Cloud Battle with Google

While Apple is investing heavily in cloud services, Google's data and AI expertise still give it an edge in many cases. And partnering with Android's owner is a non-starter.

Pandora Stock Soars as Company Reportedly Is Looking for a Buyer

Pandora Stock Soars as Company Reportedly Is Looking for a Buyer

The music streamer is open to being sold, according to CNBC, and SiriusXM, which previously tried to buy Pandora, could be one of its suitors.

Japan Display Branching Out From Apple; Will Other Suppliers Follow Suit?

Japan Display Branching Out From Apple; Will Other Suppliers Follow Suit?

Mobile-device screen maker Japan Display is working to rely less on Apple.

Suppliers Try to Wean Themselves Away From Apple

Suppliers Try to Wean Themselves Away From Apple

Mobile-device screen maker Japan Display is scrambling to branch out into non-mobile businesses.

Apple Supplier Imagination Expected to Report 17% Sales Decline

Apple Supplier Imagination Expected to Report 17% Sales Decline

Analysts attribute its weakness to subdued growth at Apple and loss of businesses at Intel, Mediatek.

Nokia's Making Cell Phones and Tablets? -- Tech Roundup

Nokia's Making Cell Phones and Tablets? -- Tech Roundup

Nokia is licensing its name to HMD Global, which will sell cell phones and eventually smartphones and tablets as it looks to claw back market share with the Nokia name.

The Fitbit-Pebble Deal Puts an Exclamation Mark on an Ugly Year for Wearables

The Fitbit-Pebble Deal Puts an Exclamation Mark on an Ugly Year for Wearables

Fitbit is reportedly buying rival Pebble for a fraction of what Pebble was offered in 2015. The deal shows how both consumer and investor enthusiasm for wearables has cooled markedly.

Why the Outlook for Wearable Technology Is More Positive Than You Think

Why the Outlook for Wearable Technology Is More Positive Than You Think

The outlook on the wearable technology space is not all doom and gloom.

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

Controlling User Experience Key to AT&T-Time Warner Deal

John Martin, CEO of Time Warner's Turner unit, at a Recode event Wednesday offered some of the thinking that went into the media company's October decision to sell to AT&T.

iHeartMedia Enters Competitive Streaming Arena

iHeartMedia Enters Competitive Streaming Arena

The mass media company will face giants such as Apple, Amazon and Alphabet as it launches its own on-demand music streaming service.