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Wall Street ripped through the earnings season this week with reports out from some of the biggest companies in the S&P 500.
Lots of earnings (nice work, tech) and a Fed meeting make for a busy week. In the portfolio, we've taken out our Target.
Recent reports suggest the company's car, TV service and smartwatch efforts aren't going as planned.
Carnegie Mellon University professor Vivek Wadhwa told CNBC that Apple (AAPL) should dive deeper into the software industry.
Recode managing editor Ed Lee joined this afternoon's 'Power Lunch' to discuss the challenges Apple (AAPL) TV faces.
The premium service is likely a poor performer for the company, so why keep it around?
While other projects get more attention, Google's efforts to make mobile search results more relevant are arguably more significant than any of them.
Apple (AAPL) stock continues to rise as the company's earnings and revenue beat analyst estimates.
The music streaming and podcast company could be attractive to the likes of Amazon, Apple, Google and others.
Apple (AAPL) said the U.S. Supreme Court should rule against Samsung (SSNLF) in a patent dispute five years in the making.
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Apple deserves an extra round of applause as it absolutely embarrassed several high-profile analysts.
Apple (AAPL) is having trouble diversifying as devices like the Apple Watch fail to counteract the decline in iPhone sales.
The stock is moving up but still trading well below its all-time high.
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Traders should exercise discipline before buying into Apple's recent momentum.
Game sales growth partly offsets slumps in smartphones and semiconductors.
Was GDP sluggish or buoyant in Q2? And still no word on stimulus from the Bank of Japan and prime minister Abe.
Apple market share has been driven by its phones but Samsung and other competitors are gaining momentum.
Samsung has a 23% smartphone market share thanks to its Galaxy S7, while Apple's market share fell to 12%.
BlackBerry's new phone may allow authorities back-door access. Uber and Didi officially get permission to operate in China.
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Short-seller Andrew Left says Facebook stock will go lower, though analysts remain bullish on the social media company.