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Apple’s crackdown on app-ranking manipulation: Confused developers caught in the dragnet

How Tim Cook is changing Apple

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Steve Jobs' successor is making his mark and trying to keep the Apple magic going. FORTUNE -- In February of this year, a group of investors visited Apple as part of a "bus tour" led by a research analyst for Citibank. The session started with a 45-minute presentation by Peter...
How Tim Cook is changing Apple

Apple WWDC 2012 announced for June 11th

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Apple Worldwide Developers Conference to Kick Off June 11 at Moscone West in San Francisco CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apple® today announced that it will hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) June 11 through June 15 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. At this year’s five-day conference, developers will learn about...
Apple WWDC 2012 announced for June 11th

Apple Working with Suppliers on 8-Inch iPad

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The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is working with suppliers on a smaller iPad carrying a display in the range of 8 inches in diameter, down from the 9.7-inch display in the current iPad but still larger than the 7-inch display found in the Kindle Fire.Officials at some of...
Apple Working with Suppliers on 8-Inch iPad

New iPad hits South Korea, Malaysia and 10 more countries on Friday, April 20

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Apple this morning announced that the third generation of its tablet computer, the ‘new iPad’ as they call it, will hit 12 new countries next Friday. We’re updating this post. New iPad Arrives in South Korea & 11 Additional Countries This Week CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apple® today announced the new iPad®,...
New iPad hits South Korea, Malaysia and 10 more countries on Friday, April 20

Coming Up: Apple Paints Its Vision for the Future of Mac, iOS at WWDC

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The banners are up, the stage is set and it’s almost time for the curtain to come up on the next crop of Apples. While most of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is for developers’ eyes only, Monday’s keynote speech is open to the press, and is typically the place where...
Coming Up: Apple Paints Its Vision for the Future of Mac, iOS at WWDC

Apple authorises $10 billion share repurchase program, expects to spend $45 billion in the next three years

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Apple has announced its plans for its financial call later today, announcing plans to initiate a dividend and share repurchase program commencing later this year. This is a breaking story, please update for more information.   The press release: CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apple® today announced plans to initiate a dividend and share...
Apple authorises $10 billion share repurchase program, expects to spend $45 billion in the next three years

Apple's Retail Store Staff Compensation Criticized

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In the latest installment of its "iEconomy" series of articles, The New York Times takes a look at Apple's retail stores, examining the compensation offered to its employees responsible for fueling booming sales in the division. The article features quotes from a number of former Apple retail store employees, including...
Apple's Retail Store Staff Compensation Criticized

iPad Launch Lets Apple Tout Tablet Market Potential

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Apple on Wednesday will pull back the curtain on an iPad that has sharper-resolution screen and faster network speeds than its year-old predecessor, people familiar with the matter say. Apple’s invite for its March 7 event features a photo of an iPad. While the specs will generate much interest, perhaps...
iPad Launch Lets Apple Tout Tablet Market Potential
Apple is testing 8-inch iPad, says WSJ
Apple’s plans for $100B cash reserve: $10 billion stock repurchase, $2.65 quarterly dividend
Open-source customer relationship management service SugarCRM raises $33M
Report: iPhone Maps app to feature Yelp check-ins

Apple’s Q2 2012: $11.6B In Profit, $39.2B In Revenue, 35.1M iPhones Sold

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Apple has just posted their Q2 2012 financials, and revealed that over the last 14 weeks the company has pulled in $11.6 billion in profit on $39.2 billion in revenue, which breaks down to $12.30 per share. Analysts expected earnings of $10.02 per share on $36.81 billion in revenue. Apple...
Apple’s Q2 2012: $11.6B In Profit, $39.2B In Revenue, 35.1M iPhones Sold

Facebook Wants To Hire This 17-Year-Old But She Hasn't Decided If She Wants The Job

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Nive Jayasekar created a mobile app for Home Depot over a weekend and won $10,500—and got an offer to work at Facebook. She's only 17. The Social-Loco conference organized a hackathon event held June 16-17, sponsored by big brands like Home Depot. Jayasekar entered, drawn by the prizes. She decided...
Facebook Wants To Hire This 17-Year-Old But She Hasn't Decided If She Wants The Job

Why Apple will pay a dividend

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The liquid securities alone on Apple’s (AAPL) balance sheet, roughly $98 billion, would make it the 43rd most valuable company in the world. Apple’s cash would rank it just behind McDonalds (MCD), an astounding and bizarre statement in the annals of modern cash management. No company in its right mind...
Why Apple will pay a dividend

Apple to build private restaurant to keep out snoopers

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A planning request is granted for a 21,468-square-foot restaurant in Cupertino, Calif., where Apple employees can talk shop without being overheard. [Read more]...
Apple to build private restaurant to keep out snoopers

Apple Proposing Settlements in Android Device Patent Disputes, Would Reap $5-15 Per Android Device

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Dow Jones Newswires reports that Apple has expressed a willingness to settle some of its patent disputes with manufacturers of Android-based handsets such as Samsung and Motorola, potentially seeking to reduce the burden of ongoing litigation.The consumer-electronics company has put forth proposals to Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (MMI) and Samsung...
Apple Proposing Settlements in Android Device Patent Disputes, Would Reap $5-15 Per Android Device

WSJ: Apple and Samsung are winning with different strategies

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WSJ: Apple, the world’s most valuable company, sells just one phone, the iPhone. The Cupertino, Calif., company emphasizes design and profitability over sales. It also invests heavily in its consumer brand and its tightly controlled retail stores, and it benefits from a strong ecosystem of software and apps. Meanwhile,...
WSJ: Apple and Samsung are winning with different strategies

Anonymous Samsung Executive Claims Apple Planning to Launch Smaller iPad by End of 2012

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In a report from The Korea Times (via SlashGear), an anonymous Samsung executive reveals that Apple has committed to purchase at least $9.7 billion worth of components from the company this year, with Apple's expenditures potentially reaching $11 billion depending on demand. According to the executive, growth will be driven...
Anonymous Samsung Executive Claims Apple Planning to Launch Smaller iPad by End of 2012

Greenpeace projects giant images onto Apple HQ in protest for cleaner iCloud

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Greenpeace took its push for a "clean" iCloud to Apple's Cupertino, Calif., campus this week, projecting images onto the main building of its corporate headquarters....
Greenpeace projects giant images onto Apple HQ in protest for cleaner iCloud

iPad Issues in China: Amazon Not an Authorized Retailer, Apple's Victory in Hong Kong Trademark Case

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Earlier today, we noted that the iPad had been pulled from sale at online retailers Amazon China and Suning.com, with the development coming just days after authorities had seized some iPads over a trademark dispute involving the "iPad" name. At the time of the removal, an Amazon China spokesperson indicated...
iPad Issues in China: Amazon Not an Authorized Retailer, Apple's Victory in Hong Kong Trademark Case

How Apple's Agency Model for Publishers Fails to Merit Collusion Charges

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Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice, a number of U.S. states, and authorities in several other countries announced that they were filing lawsuits against Apple and six book publishers, alleging anticompetitive behavior in shifting to an Apple-backed agency model in which publishers set retail pricing and retailers such...
How Apple's Agency Model for Publishers Fails to Merit Collusion Charges

The New iPad Is Already Scarce

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Apple has sold out of the iPad inventory it allotted for pre-orders and the company's Web site is now saying that every model of the new iPad will ship to customers in two to three weeks. The Cupertino, Calif., company will begin selling the new iPad in retail stores starting...
The New iPad Is Already Scarce

iPad 3 press invite and favorable market push AAPL toward half a trillion dollar market cap

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Update: AAPL closed at 535.41 but is at 536.37 pushing its market cap over $500B . Some folks noticed that shares of Apple, Inc. surged yesterday morning amid favorable market conditions. Today’s announcement of the March 7 iPad 3 unveiling has managed to push the Cupertino, Calif.-headquartered designer of shiny...
iPad 3 press invite and favorable market push AAPL toward half a trillion dollar market cap
Apple, Foxconn to share costs of improving factories

Google closes Motorola deal, appoints CEO that Apple once tried to poach

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Google just announced it closed the deal on its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility, but new reports suggest that direct-competitor Apple tried to poach newly-appointed Motorola chief and Googler Dennis Woodside sometime last year. Bloomberg, which cited two people familiar with the matter, claimed Apple’s CEO Tim Cook...
Google closes Motorola deal, appoints CEO that Apple once tried to poach

Apple plans to block competitors' prying ears with new off-campus cafeteria

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Apple plans to build a new 21,468-square-foot cafeteria near its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters in order to allow employees to speak freely about their business without fearing that competitors are eavesdropping....
Apple plans to block competitors' prying ears with new off-campus cafeteria
Apple rescinds: New Mac Pro is no longer ‘new’

Apple reportedly tries to shut down Flashback discoverer's server

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In what may be a case of mistaken identity, it was revealed on Tuesday that Apple attempted to shut down a server belonging to the security firm that first discovered the Flashback malware, giving insight into how the Cupertino, Calif., company handles third-party assistance....
Apple reportedly tries to shut down Flashback discoverer's server
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