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Apple fell below $497 in pre-market trading Monday

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New Hit a low in European and Asian markets not seen since mid February FORTUNE -- Of the two dueling Apple (AAPL) headlines Sunday -- 1) the news that Citigroup lowered its price target and downgraded the stock from Buy to Neutral, and 2) the news from Apple, released shortly afterward,...
Apple fell below $497 in pre-market trading Monday
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iPhone 5 sales top two million in first weekend China sales

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Apple has announced that it sold over 2 million iPhone 5s in its first weekend of sales in China. It was able to clock up the figure in the first three days after its December 14 launch. Apple managed to achieve the new Chinese iPhone first weekend thanks to a...
iPhone 5 sales top two million in first weekend China sales

Apple Is Already Falling In German Trading

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More pain for Apple. In German trading, the stock is off over 1%. Please follow Money Game on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »...
Apple Is Already Falling In German Trading

Apple in 2013: Five predictions

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What's Apple got cooking in the new year? CNET rounds up five things to look for from the tech giant in the next 12 months. [Read more]...
Apple in 2013: Five predictions

Apple: Top 5 events from 2012

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From the iPad Mini to big labor issues in China, 2012 was not a slow one for Apple. CNET spotlights five of the biggest happenings for the year. [Read more]...
Apple: Top 5 events from 2012

Apple Sells Over 2 Million iPhone 5s in China

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Despite a wintry and mostly deserted launch on Friday in Beijing, Apple Inc. said it sold over two million iPhone 5s over the weekend....
Apple Sells Over 2 Million iPhone 5s in China

Matrox DS1 is 'world's first' Thunderbolt docking station

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Although the high speed Thunderbolt protocol was introduced with Apple's MacBook Pro line in March 2011, products have been slow to reach consumers, but Matrox looks to change that with its DS1 docking station....
Matrox DS1 is 'world's first' Thunderbolt docking station

So... What Happens To Apple Tomorrow? (AAPL)

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Interesting night for Apple! First, Citi cuts the stock to neutral, citing "good not great" iPhone 5 demand. Then, Apple says it sold 2 million iPhone 5s in China this weekend, a record for an opening weekend in China. Then, Morgan Stanley says iPhone demand is still strong, and Apple...
So... What Happens To Apple Tomorrow? (AAPL)
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