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Everyone Makes The Same Stupid Mistake When They Talk About S&P 500 Earnings Without Apple (SPY, AAPL)

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The earnings season naysayers are quick to point to Apple's size and staggering growth rate as key to corporate profit growth during the first quarter. As such, it has become popular to talk about earnings growth ex-Apple, which is far below the inclusive growth rate. However, it is a mistake...
Everyone Makes The Same Stupid Mistake When They Talk About S&P 500 Earnings Without Apple (SPY, AAPL)

Apple hits a new all-time high

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The world's most valuable company is now worth $425 billion, $24 billion ahead of Exxon Apple (AAPL) capped a post-earnings surge by closing Tuesday at $456.48, a new all-time record high. In intraday trading it reached as high as $458.24, also a record. Measured by market capitalization (price per share...
Apple hits a new all-time high

Today in Tech: Could Apple's stock slide cost it the market cap lead?

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Also: Facebook introduces Graph Search feature; how the legal system failed Aaron Swartz.  Apple stock slide could cost it the market cap lead [ALL THINGS D] That's a long way from the all-time high of $702.10 they hit last September. If Apple's stock continues along this downward trajectory, the company may...
Today in Tech: Could Apple's stock slide cost it the market cap lead?

Apple become most valuable firm of all time - but Facebook shares hit new low

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Tech firm valued at more than $619bn after shares hit high of $664.75 in morning trading, topping Microsoft's 1999 recordApple has become the most valuable company of all time - surpassing a record set by Mircrosoft in 1999.Shares in the tech giant hit a high of $664.75 in Monday morning...
Apple become most valuable firm of all time - but Facebook shares hit new low

Apple's market cap dips below Exxon as stock selloff continues

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Shares of Apple dropped more than 2 percent on Friday, continuing the company's selloff after this week's earnings report, and dropping its market capitalization below oil giant Exxon Mobil Corporation....
Apple's market cap dips below Exxon as stock selloff continues

Apple's record profits contrasted with Amazon's hopes to turn a profit

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Apple's profits for fiscal 2012 reached above $40 billion, making it the only tech company to ever reach that benchmark. In fact, it's a feat only ever matched by oil giant Exxon Mobil....
Apple's record profits contrasted with Amazon's hopes to turn a profit

Introducing the iFactory

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Last week, Apple reported one of the most amazing earning results in corporate history. During the last three months of 2011, the company made $13 billion in profit—more than twice as much as it earned during the same period in 2010, and more than just about any company has ever...
Introducing the iFactory

Exxon Hates Free Speech

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The EFF alerts us to the news that oil giant Exxon hasn't quite figured out how this whole internet thing works, and is trying to stop TV stations from running a satirical ad mocking Exxon by claiming that Exxon Hates Your Children. It's completely over the top, not unlike the...
Exxon Hates Free Speech
CHART OF THE DAY: The Incredible Destruction Of Apple (AAPL)

Apple's Market Cap: Half a Trillion and Counting

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Apple’s market capitalization passed the $500 billion mark in Wednesday trading, making it the sixth U.S. company to reach that heady milestone. But how long can it remain there? Of the five other companies to top $500 billion — Intel, Cisco, General Electric, Microsoft and Exxon Mobil — none has...
Apple's Market Cap: Half a Trillion and Counting

632

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632: Apple’s share price has passed Google’s at $632-a-share. Share prices are basically meaningless since the number of shares outstanding differ (Apple has nearly 3x the number of shares out there, and as such, nearly 3x the valuation). But the numbers are interesting in historical context. They show what a...
632

Apple shares break $600 for the first time

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For a moment this morning, each share of Apple stock was worth as much as a new 32GB third-generation iPad. Apple shares broke the $600 mark for the first time ever Thursday morning, hitting $600.01 before falling back a bit in morning trading. The milestone price leap was propelled...
Apple shares break $600 for the first time

Insanely Huge: Apple Becomes the Most Valuable Public Company Ever

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After charting an all-time high of $647.21 and bringing Apple’s market capitalization beyond $600 billion last week, shares in the company rose higher still Monday, carrying it past another milestone. Apple today became the most valuable public company of all time. Apple’s stock price rose more than $16 this morning...
Insanely Huge: Apple Becomes the Most Valuable Public Company Ever

Twitter court case defendant pledges to stop 'fantasy' tweets about oil firm

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Spencer Freeman tells judge he will halt hoax information against Gulf Keystone Petroleum that led to share price collapseA Twitter user has promised to stop posting "fantasy information" about an oil company on the site after the firm took legal action.Lawyers told a high court judge that Spencer Freeman's "naive"...
Twitter court case defendant pledges to stop 'fantasy' tweets about oil firm

Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'

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Tech company's stock price hit all-time high in September with $705.07 per share, but stocks now at 52-week lowApple's value fell below $400bn for the first time in a year on Monday, as the prominent investor Warren Buffett said the company should ignore its critics and stick to running its...
Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'

From landfill to Lamborghini: the future of biofuels | Damian Carrington

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Stung by criticism for turning food into fuel, the industry is looking to new sources of biofuel, from household waste to algaeWhat's not to like about converting garbage into a low-carbon energy, displacing oil and its climate-warming emissions?Not much according to the biofuels industry, which reckons household and office rubbish...
From landfill to Lamborghini: the future of biofuels | Damian Carrington

Apple's Market Cap Hits $600 Billion

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Another milestone for Apple. With the broader market in decline, shares in the company rose to a new 52-week high this morning: $644. And that jump was enough to carry Apple’s market cap across the $600 billion threshold. This just about a month after the company reached the $500 billion...
Apple's Market Cap Hits $600 Billion

Apple Stock Watch: Apple Stock Closes at New High, Most Valuable Company Again

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Apple’s stock ended the day on Monday at US$453.01, a new all time high for the company and pushing its market cap up over Exxon Mobil to be the world’s most valuable company again. The previous closing high for Apple came only days ago when it wrapped up on Friday...
Apple Stock Watch: Apple Stock Closes at New High, Most Valuable Company Again

AAPL closes at 552, over $100B above Exxon’s market cap

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Apple’s stock continues to soar hitting an all time high of 552 at closing.  Today’s high puts Apple’s market cap over $514B  which now towers over the market cap of the #2 company, Exxon, which is now stands at $403B.   40.714513 -74.005122 Share this:TwitterFacebook...
AAPL closes at 552, over $100B above Exxon’s market cap

Apple pulls away from Exxon in the battle of the market caps

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The oil giant's interregnum may have been short-lived. FORTUNE -- Two years ago Apple (AAPL) made headlines when its market capitalization (share price times number of shares outstanding) overtook Exxon Mobil's (XOM) for the first time. In January, with Apple's share price in a tailspin, the big news everywhere from...
Apple pulls away from Exxon in the battle of the market caps

Apple slips below Exxon Mobil, loses title as world's most valuable company

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Apple's continuing stock dive has taken one feather out of the company's cap: The firm no longer holds its title as the world's most valuable company. The firm earned its title in 2011, after jockeying with Exxon Mobile for the distinction of having the largest market capitalization of any publicly...
Apple slips below Exxon Mobil, loses title as world's most valuable company

Apple $500

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Apple $500: Remember a month ago when Robert X. Cringely predicted that there would soon be an “insurrection” at Apple to overthrow Tim Cook? “If you are wondering when Apple will peak, well we’re about there folks,” Cringely wrote. Since then, Apple has posted holy-fucking-shit earnings (in their first official quarter...
Apple $500

Saudi Aramco hit by computer virus

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World's largest oil company says its operations have not been affected as hackers claim responsibility for attackHackers have claimed responsibility for the spread of a computer virus that forced the world's largest oil company, Saudi Aramco, to isolate its production systems from infected PC workstations inside the company.It is still...
Saudi Aramco hit by computer virus

Report: Exxon Paid NO Federal Income Tax in 2009 http://post.ly/YHdf #justwow #wow

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Report: Exxon Paid NO Federal Income Tax in 2009 http://post.ly/YHdf #justwow #wow

Apple's $100 Billion Run

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Apple's $100 Billion Run: Phillip Elmer-DeWitt’s data from earlier today is already almost out of date. The stock is now closer to being $100 billion up than $90 billion (as he stated earlier) since the day before Steve Jobs passed away. Apple’s stock is past $475 a share now. The...
Apple's $100 Billion Run
Apple has shed the equivalent of a Google or a Microsoft since September 2012

Exxon Overtakes Apple as Biggest U.S. Company by Market Cap

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When it comes to the stock market, there's a new sheriff in town. For now....
Exxon Overtakes Apple as Biggest U.S. Company by Market Cap

Nigerian Oil Spills Make Exxon Valdez Look Like Nothing

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Nigerian Oil Spills Make Exxon Valdez Look Like Nothing

In Case You Had Any Doubts About Where Apple's Profit Comes From...

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Last month, I noted that the 5-year-old iPhone is already the most profitable product in the world. The iPhone, I estimated, is so profitable that it generates more profit than just about any other company on earth, not just product. The iPhone generates more profit than GE, for example (all...
In Case You Had Any Doubts About Where Apple's Profit Comes From...

9 Fascinating Facts About Apple's Stock (AAPL)

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Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker has an interesting report on "The Elephant In The Room" AKA: Apple. It's not so much about the company, but rather about the stock itself and how investors should deal with such a megacap in their portfolios. Even though Apple's been a huge winner for tons...
9 Fascinating Facts About Apple's Stock (AAPL)
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