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Apple's stock will continue to struggle until one of two things happens, says Jim Cramer Jim Cramer says only a pickup in iPhone sales or growth in Apple's services business can set the stock back on its course. That, right there, within the span of 10 minutes, is why Apple's such a conundrum Call Cramer: 1-800-743-CNBC Want to take a deep dive into Cramer's world Hit him up! Mad Money Twitter - Jim Cramer Twitter - Facebook - Instagram Questions, comments, suggestions for the Mad Money website
The 'halo effect' is fading: Imagining Apple’s post-iPhone future Weaning itself from iPhone dependence will be a necessary, though painful experience for Apple. It's already the third-biggest supplier after Samsung and Huawei, having lost the second spot to the Chinese company earlier this year And if it can't sell as many phones as it once hoped at its super-premium prices, and if the pricing doesn't change, other companies will pass it as they've already done in China
Presenting the Best of CES 2019 finalists! Here's our list of nominees for all 15 categories. With a 7.8-inch flexible display, it's at once a compact tablet, and fully functional smartphone when doubled over Coming in 600W or 1200W versions, Lancey's latest models will use recycled batteries from e-bikes Click here to catch up on the latest news from CES 2018 Follow all the latest news from CES 2019 here!
In Beijing talks, U.S. seeks details on Chinese goods purchases,... U.S. officials used three days of trade talks in Beijing to demand more details ... China will not make any unreasonable concessions and any agreement must involve compromise on both sides, the China Daily, a state newspaper, said on Wednesday The paper said in an editorial that the dispute harms both countries and disrupts the international trade order and supply chains Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Apple chief lands 22 per cent pay rise to £12.3m The 58-year-old collected £12.3m in 2018, including a £2.4m salary and a £9.4m bonus. It was a 22 per cent pay rise for a year that saw Apple post record revenue and profit. Apple’s pay committee pointed to strong sales last year to justify Cook’s payout Cook’s pay included £244,000 in security expenses and £231,000 for air travel His bonanza came a week after Apple cut its revenue outlook, causing shares to dip 10 per cent
Vehicle screens go super-sized at CES as tech catches up LAS VEGAS - Take a glance at the vehicle displays shown at CES and you could be ... That, more than Tesla’s influence, is the primary reason automakers have embraced larger screens, Rhodes said But Apple and Google’s debut inside the car’s main display ushered in fraught soul-searching by automakers, who have been loath to cede such valuable real estate to tech rivals, yet anxious to give consumers the iPhone experience they crave Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Wall Street extends rally as chipmakers rebound Wall Street rallied for a fourth session on Wednesday, propelled by Apple, chipm... The energy index .SPNY led other sectors with a 1.50 percent jump, helped by oil prices at their highest levels in nearly a month The CBOE Volatility index .VIX, often referred to as an investor fear gauge, dropped half-a-point to a one-month low of 19.85 Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Facebook literally can’t be deleted on some phones Some Samsung devices come with a pre-installed Facebook app that can’t be removed. That the Facebook app can’t be removed from certain phones is especially significant Although they can be deleted using the latest version of the operating system, an earlier iteration doesn’t allow users to delete built-in apps; they can be removed only from the home screen
The stock market is too damaged for a sustained rally, strategist says The stock market is in the midst of its longest winning streak in months but at least one Wall Street strategist is not convinced that investors are out of the woods yet. As such, cyclical stocks such as automobile makers, restaurants and airlines which are more sensitive to the economy, are expected to lead when the market hits bottom Sue Chang Sue Chang is a MarketWatch reporter in San Francisco We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
U.S. stock, bond funds leak $30.4 billion in ominous start to 2019 Investors demanded cash back from U.S.-based funds for a 13th straight week, sho... While recent withdrawals are less than a percent of these funds’ overall assets, investment products focused on equities likely posted record monthly outflows in December, according to earlier estimates from Lipper, a research service Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
AMD shows off 7nm next-gen chips at CES, aims at Intel and Nvidia Advanced Micro Devices Inc on Wednesday unveiled its next generation smaller and... AMD’s EPYC server chips and the Ryzen CPU chips are based on Zen 2 architecture, an advancement over its Zen chips that was launched in 2017, establishing the chipmaker as an equal, if not better than Intel in terms of chip performance, according to many tech websites
TechRadar’s 2019 CES Awards: the best tech we saw in Vegas Couldn’t make it to Vegas? Here’s what you missed There’s no place quite like Vegas during CES: The crowds are buzzing with excitement while walking from booth to booth, the city seems to embrace (or at least tolerate) the influx of technophiles and the show floor is packed to the brim with great gadgets that are bound to change the way we live, work and play for years to come Its 6W speaker plays music and the 4-inch display shows the time and alarms