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Idiotic AAPL shareholder lawsuit has only one possible winner — the lawyers

Idiotic AAPL shareholder lawsuit has only one possible winner — the lawyers

Late last week news broke that an Apple shareholder, R. Andre Klein, had filed suit against several senior officers of Apple. We've embedded the filing below so you can have a read through it should you wish. Because this is a fairly complex filing I've taken the time to read through it. What I'...
Why would Apple raise iPhone prices when all the money is in the mainstream?

Why would Apple raise iPhone prices when all the money is in the mainstream?

This morning an analyst posted something speculative about the possibility of a price increase on the iPhone 6 when it is released later this year. The analyst in question has horrible history when it comes to making Apple predictions, so we're going to ignore the source. What we aren't going to...
Apple announces Q3 2014 earnings: 35.3m iPhones, 13.3m iPads, 4.4m Macs sold, $7.7 billion in profit!

Apple announces Q3 2014 earnings: 35.3m iPhones, 13.3m iPads, 4.4m Macs sold, $7.7 billion in profit!

Apple announced their Q3 2014 financial results today and the big numbers included 35.2m iPhones, 13.3m iPads, 4.4m Macs sold, $7.7 billion in in profit made. With no new product launches and no big holiday sales driving earnings, Apple still managed to improve year over year in almost all of...

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Apple constructing large building at Flint Center ahead of September event

Apple constructing large building at Flint Center ahead of September event

Ahead of Apple's special event on September 9, the company is erecting a large structure at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino, California. The Flint Center has been the site of Apple events in the past, most notibly thirty years ago, when Steve Jobs unveiled...
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China is working on a homegrown OS to replace current US solutions

The government of China could launch its own PC desktop operating system sometime in October which could later be extended to smartphones and tablets, in a bid to compete with rival overseas systems from Microsoft, Google and Apple. The government controlled Chinese news agency Xinhua quoted...
AAPL hits record high stock price — What's next for shareholders?

AAPL hits record high stock price — What's next for shareholders?

This week AAPL stock price crossed $100, which is equivalent to over $700 prior to the 7:1 stock split that happened earlier this year. This represents a record high. That makes Apple's market value $600 billion. (A company's market value is determined by multiplying the share price by the number...
Idiotic AAPL shareholder lawsuit has only one possible winner — the lawyers

Idiotic AAPL shareholder lawsuit has only one possible winner — the lawyers

Late last week news broke that an Apple shareholder, R. Andre Klein, had filed suit against several senior officers of Apple. We've embedded the filing below so you can have a read through it should you wish. Because this is a fairly complex filing I've taken the time to read through it. What I'...
Tim Cook 'not satisfied' with Apple's diversity report

Tim Cook 'not satisfied' with Apple's diversity report

Apple CEO Tim Cook is following up on their splashy video on diversity from earlier this summer with some hard and apparently disappointing numbers. A human resources report from Apple shows that 55% of employees are white, and 70% are male. Here's what Cook had to say on the issue. "Apple...
Apple reportedly adds Catherine Monier, former Yves Saint Laurent EU president, to special projects team

Apple reportedly adds Catherine Monier, former Yves Saint Laurent EU president, to special projects team

Apple has reportedly hired Catherine Monier, formerly president of Yves Saint Laurent Europe, to work in special projects with former Yves Saint Laurent CEO Paul Deneve, already at Apple, who apparently coordinated the hire. For those keeping track at home, that's even more fashion and retail...
Apple credits App Store with job creation in Europe

Apple credits App Store with job creation in Europe

Apple has created a new page on thier UK website about the number of jobs that the company is responsible for in Europe. Apple says that 629,000 have either been created by the company, or are supported by it. The part the App Store plays in this is given extra attention, with 497,000 jobs alone...
Apple and Samsung

Apple and Samsung agree to end patent litigation outside the US

Apple and Samsung announced in a joint statement that they have agreed to end patent litigation outside the US. The two companies have been engaged in patent disputes in nine countries outside the US, including Australia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Netherlands, UK, France and Italy. Both...
Is Intel doomed on the Mac?

Is Intel doomed on the Mac?

With apologies to Mark Twain, the reports of Intel's death on the Mac are greatly exaggerated Former Apple executive Jean-Louis Gassée recently offered his opinion on the future of the Mac. In his blog post Macintel: The End Is Nigh, Gassée predicts the imminent demise of Intel-based Macs. Is he...
Apple shows how to spend billions of dollars — the smart way

Apple shows how to spend billions of dollars — the smart way

Being the world's largest technology company has its perks, including a stream of almost limitless cash. But the law of large numbers also starts to kick in, and a company of Apple's size doesn't seem capable of doing super productive things with all this money. Tim Cook seems to be implementing...

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