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Apple's services business is key to its future success, according to RBC Capital Markets.
Multiple media reports suggest President Donald Trump is planning to use national security rules to restrict investment from China-backed firms into U.S. companies with 'industrially significant' technologies.
Though many big-name tech companies have seen healthy run-ups, Apple, Alphabet, Alibaba and others still carry reasonable valuations.
Global stocks fell sharply Monday, taking Dow futures around 150 points into the red, as President Donald Trump continues to suggest the U.S. will escalate trade tensions with both China and Europe later this week.
Apple® today announced a new 2018 Midterm Elections section in Apple News®, providing a new resource for timely, trustworthy midterm election information and helping news seekers access the most important reporting and analysis from a diverse set of...
During the week, we exited MGM Resorts and initiated a position in JPMorgan Chase as trade and tariff talk permeated the markets.
Markets had a tumultuous week starting with increased trade war fears and ending with a modest oil production increase from OPEC.
Oprah Winfrey, arguably the world's most successful television personality is teaming up with the biggest technology company: Apple.
While the Dow snapped its losing streak Friday, the action under the surface was not strong.
Markets search for some life after a rough week. BlackBerry CEO John Chen sits on down with TheStreet. Netflix shares hover around an all-time high. PayPal continues to make big deals.
The good times rolled for Netflix this week, with analysts ratcheting up targets and the stock reaching record highs as the overall market slumped. How much longer can the Netflix rally last?
Jim Cramer says many stocks already reflect the worst-case scenarios, and that means he sees a lot of upside potential.
Major U.S. tech companies are inexorably linked to China to keep their supply chains alive, and one of the biggest Asia-based firms has warned that trade tensions between Washington and Beijing are staring to become a concern.
Maybe you should not emulate the Oracle after all.
Got tariff wars? Disney borders on reckless with its pursuit of Fox's assets. Tech stocks have reached out-of-control levels.
The chip giant's next leader would do well to make larger PC-related investments following years of cutbacks, and might also shake up Intel's manufacturing efforts following years of delays.
Caps and gowns abound this time of year. But before you buy another cheesy "You Did It!" statue for your favorite graduates, take 60 seconds and watch this video for some gifts that can set them up financially.
The five biggest U.S stocks, all of which trade in the tech sector, could top $4 trillion in value Thursday, overtaking the collective worth of all but one of the world's stock markets.
Eric Yuan, founder and CEO of Zoom Video Communications, tops Glassdoor's 2018 list of the Top 100 CEOs in the U.S. for large companies.
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If they're good enough for the Oracle of Omaha, they're good enough for you.
PayPal has made another notable acquisition, and AT&T is reportedly looking to do the same. Facebook, meanwhile, appears hungry to grow its ad inventory.
If money's already tight, long-term rates may have already peaked.
Stocks tend to outperform after being booted.
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Warren Buffett's bet on Apple is not a short-term trade by any means. Buffett expert and former hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson explains Buffett's thinking on the tech giant.
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