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The last time Apple faced an inflationary environment like this, it had been a public company for less than a year, and its top product was the Apple II.
Apple will require apps that take advantage of the new policy in Korea to report all sales to Apple each month and pay a commission of 26% on those sales.
Bitcoin just finished its worst month in the 12 years that it's been available on exchanges.
Worries over higher interest rates drove investors into safer and slower-growing pockets of the economy in the second quarter as Tesla stock cratered 37%.
With a recession possibly on the horizon, investors are writing fewer — and smaller — checks for fintech companies. And they're getting much more selective.
A leader of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission asked Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores over China-related data security concerns.
Venture capitalists are betting a new breed of startups from Europe will be the real winners in the crowded "buy now, pay later" space.
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently gave the closest thing to a confirmation that Apple's building a headset.
Meta, formerly Facebook, is going to spend $10 billion this year on research and development on virtual reality and augmented reality technologies.
India is now "emerging as something very exciting," thanks in part to technology and government policies, says veteran investor Mark Mobius.
Economists and bankers tell CNBC they aren't worried about the crypto sell-off hurting the broader U.S. economy.
Investors asking tech firms for a path to profitability are "not going to love what they see," Bravo said.
Apple could gain share from Microsoft Windows in PC shipments after announcing its new and more powerful M2 processors.
Apple's move into the crowded "buy now, pay later" space has raised the stakes for the fintech companies that pioneered the trend.
"If you own the tangible stocks I've been highlighting, you have an opportunity to buy more into weakness," the "Mad Money" host said.