Longtime tech leader IBM has a lot more power to grow than some investors foresee.
With the Kindle Fire making major inroads in the tablet market, some think Apple would be wise to take on Amazon with a cheaper 7-inch iPad.
Wall Street is buzzing over the comeback strategy devised by the new CEO. But this Steve Jobs disciple may have inherited his mentor's willingness to bend the truth.
Investors have rewarded the stock after a first-quarter earnings report that blew away just about everyone.
We've seen a 20% rally since October, but whether this can continue depends on the earnings outlook for 2012 -- and that outlook is far from clear.
Recent deterioration in the short-term technical outlook means now more than ever, investors must take decisive action to lock in recent gains.
The tech giant's ability to sell the iPhone at such a heavy premium speaks volumes about the popularity of the device.
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