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  • Apple stock closes above $600 for first time since 2012

    Apple stock closes above $600 for first time since 2012
    Apple's stock broke the $600 barrier during late trading on Monday, the first time it has hit that mark since 2012.  Back then, Apple's stock was on a long tumble down from its peak of $702.10 that it reached in September 2012. At the time, investors...
  • Northern Trust earnings fall short, shares fall

    Northern Trust earnings fall short, shares fall
    Northern Trust Corp. said Tuesday its first-quarter earnings rose but still fell short of analyst expectations, driving shares lower by almost 3 percent. The Chicago-based financial services company earned 75 cents a share, less than the 77 cents that...
  • Apple's stock roars ahead 8.5% on big iPhone sales, stock buyback

    Big earnings. Big stock buyback. Big stock bump. On Thursday, investors cheered Apple's performance by sending its stock up by as much as 8.5% in early trading.  The stock climbed to $569.50 at one point early Thursday, up from $524.75 the previous...
  • As Apple stock drops, Carl Icahn buys $500 million more in shares

    With Apple's stock falling more than 8% at one point on Tuesday, activist investor Carly Icahn swooped in and bought another $500 million worth of shares.  "Just bought $500 mln more $AAPL shares," Icahn tweeted. "My buying seems to be going neck-and-...
  • Hackers can use Snapchat to disable iPhones, researcher says

    Hackers can use Snapchat to disable iPhones, researcher says
    A cyber security researcher has discovered a vulnerability within the Snapchat mobile app that makes it possible for hackers to launch a denial-of-service attack that temporarily freezes a user's iPhone. Jaime Sanchez, who works as a cyber-security...
  • 'Flappy Bird' to be removed from app stores, developer tweets

    'Flappy Bird' to be removed from app stores, developer tweets
    "Flappy Bird" will not be available for download after Sunday morning, game developer Dong Nguyen said Saturday in a surprising series of tweets. The game has recently risen to the top of charts of both the Apple App Store and Google Play. Users tap...
  • Amazon Flow makes searching for items a breeze with an iPhone

    Amazon Flow makes searching for items a breeze with an iPhone
    Amazon on Thursday updated its iPhone app with a feature that lets users find items within the online store by simply holding them in front of their iPhone's camera. The feature is called Flow, and it's designed to be a quicker way to search for...
  • Pressure builds for Apple to overhaul or expand product portfolio

    Apple iTV? The iWatch? Bigger iPhones and iPads? Rumormongering about such mythical products is a regular spectator sport for many Apple watchers. But after the company said it could post a year-over-year decline in revenue this fiscal year for the...
  • MGM posts third-quarter net income of $16.6 million

    MGM posts third-quarter net income of $16.6 million
    MGM Holdings Inc., the parent of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., on Thursday reported third-quarter net income of $16.6 million, buoyed by the strong performance of "Skyfall" and “The Hobbit:  An Unexpected Journey" on home entertainment platforms.  The...
  • Fed rejects dividend, buyback plans at Citigroup, four other big banks

    Fed rejects dividend, buyback plans at Citigroup, four other big banks
    WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it rejected plans by Citigroup Inc. and four other large U.S. banks for dividend payments and stock buybacks after annual stress tests. Those tests raised questions about weaknesses in the risk-planning...
  • Nearly all top U.S. banks could withstand severe recession, Fed says

    WASHINGTON -- Only one of the nation's 30 largest banks would not be able to withstand a severe recession and the firms collectively are in better financial position to handle economic shocks than five years ago, according to Federal Reserve stress test...