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Warren Buffett's Apple stake has tripled in value to more than $100 billion


Big Tech's CEOs testified in a historic antitrust hearing last week. Now what happens?


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A developer says Google just kicked their app off its Play Store after they worked with Congress on its antitrust investigation


US stocks climb, erase earlier losses, amid tech earnings blowout and stimulus hope


Congress' stimulus bill is now the 'most important data point' for Big Tech, DA Davidson's Tom Forte says after blockbuster earnings



Apple's cheap new $400 phone convinced more people to buy iPhones, bringing its struggling smartphone business to growth even during a pandemic


Apple dethrones oil giant Saudi Aramco as the world's most valuable company


Facebook, Apple, and Amazon add a combined $274 billion in market value following earnings


Apple just announced its 5th stock split in history. Here's what that means — and how many shares you'd have if you bought one before its first split in 1987.


US stocks edge higher as traders weigh tech earnings blowout against spiking virus cases


Famed economist Mohamed El-Erian says its a 'real question mark' whether the massive valuations of tech giants like Amazon make 'sense' anymore



Apple says the new iPhone will likely be delayed a few weeks


Apple employees won't return to the office until early 2021, CEO Tim Cook says


The Big 4 tech companies — Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, worth $5 trillion combined — just crushed their earnings reports


A surfaced email shows Apple striking a 2016 deal with Amazon, offering a 15% App Store fee instead of 30% so that the Prime Video app would launch on iPhones



How to convert an Apple Keynote presentation to a Microsoft PowerPoint file


Apple blows past Wall Street's revenue expectations for Q3 as sales rise across all product lines


Qualcomm jumps 15% after settling with Huawei and issuing strong earnings guidance


CEOs from Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook had to defend their companies against what lawmakers called 'a pattern of' monopolistic behaviour. Here's how each was grilled during Wednesday's landmark hearing.