Company executives bowed for several seconds Sunday to apologize, saying they will make amends.
The market is likely to remain climbing into May...but if you're just getting into stocks, this is no time to jump in with both feet.
The software giant's third-quarter earnings grow 31%, but investors are more concerned that consumer PC sales are sliding. With video on Microsoft's earnings.
The BlackBerry maker says that sales and profit will come in below the previous forecast for the quarter. With video on Research In Motion's earnings report.
Even after taking steps to address the issue, Apple faces new questions from lawmakers and independent researchers. With video update.
Rely on relative performance, or RS analysis, to stay invested in stocks that are leading the current market, and consider this tech stock, which looks poised to outperform now.
While Android presents a near-term threat to Apple, Google's attractive and powerful Chrome operating system could eventually wipe out much of the computing industry as we know it.
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