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Apple: We Are Not Cutting Back On Our Retail Employees (AAPL)

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Apple's retail boss says he is not cutting back on employees, Dow Jones reports, citing sources. A flurry of reports have been popping up that Apple is trimming back on hours and employees at its retail stores. The reason for the cut backs was that Apple wanted to make more...
Apple: We Are Not Cutting Back On Our Retail Employees (AAPL)

John Browett, Apple's New Head of Retail, Sends Introductory Email to Store Employees

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Apple's new senior vice president of Retail, John Browett, has introduced himself to Apple Retail employees in an email obtained by IFO Apple Store.Team, At last I've officially started at Apple, and it's great to be here. I've had the chance to meet many of you at stores in the...
John Browett, Apple's New Head of Retail, Sends Introductory Email to Store Employees

Apple lengthens Australian warranty policy, but doesn't want to talk about it

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Apple had quietly extended its hardware warranty in Australia to two years, but the company's retail employees have reportedly been instructed to not reveal the changes to customers....
Apple lengthens Australian warranty policy, but doesn't want to talk about it

It's Almost Creepy How Much Work Went Into This Leaked Internal Apple Training Video (AAPL)

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Here's a very rare and interesting look at how Apple trains its retail employees. Below you'll find a leaked internal Apple promotional video, which is well over a year old as it features Apple's former retail boss Ron Johnson. But what's interesting is that it has the look and feel...
It's Almost Creepy How Much Work Went Into This Leaked Internal Apple Training Video (AAPL)

Apple confirms first store in Rio de Janeiro Brazil as Istanbul, Turkey also preparing for Apple retail

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Apple today emailed several Brazilian outlets confirming the news that it would be opening an Apple retail store in the city. Translated: Apple has confirmed the opening of a store brand in Brazil. The first Apple Store will open in Brazil in Rio de Janeiro and will also be the company’s...
Apple confirms first store in Rio de Janeiro Brazil as Istanbul, Turkey also preparing for Apple retail

Tim Cook Is Reportedly To Blame For Apple Emphasizing Profits At Its Retail Stores (AAPL)

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Apple's retail stores are still cutting back on hours, changing employee priorities, and it all could be due to a directive from Tim Cook, according to a big report on the state of its retail operations from ifoAppleStore.com, a site dedicated to coverage of Apple's retail operations. Earlier this month...
Tim Cook Is Reportedly To Blame For Apple Emphasizing Profits At Its Retail Stores (AAPL)
Apple asks retail staff to test OS X Mountain Lion ahead of July launch

INSANELY GREAT: Tim Cook! (AAPL)

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A lot of us were devasted by the loss of Steve Jobs – a visionary who willed the world forward. But it's becoming increasingly clear that his replacement, Tim Cook, is marvelous in his own way. Besides the fact that Apple's business has continued to zip along under his watch,...
INSANELY GREAT: Tim Cook! (AAPL)
How Much Money The Average Apple Employee Is Paid (AAPL)
Weekend Reading: The Apple Experience by Carmine Gallo [excerpt]

Apple Will Spend ~0.004% Of Its Cash On A Generous Raise For Retail Employees (AAPL)

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Apple is about to open its wallet. As Business Insider reported earlier, Apple is planning to give every one of its retail employees a $4 per hour raise next month. Apple had 27,350 retail employees in the United States as of March of this year, the majority of whom work...
Apple Will Spend ~0.004% Of Its Cash On A Generous Raise For Retail Employees (AAPL)

Nokia outlines how it plans to solve the retail problem for its Lumia smartphones

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A new quote from Nokia’s CEO, Steven Elop, is making the rounds today that outlines how Nokia intends to combat both iOS and Android handsets, and confirms a new strategy that Microsoft is set to employ in the United States. We are of course discussing how the Lumia handsets will...
Nokia outlines how it plans to solve the retail problem for its Lumia smartphones

Apple's Mountain Lion may be out July 25, report says

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Apple has detailed its upcoming operating system pretty thoroughly but has yet to announce when, exactly, users will be able to try it out. But, according to a report from 9 to 5 Mac, Apple has asked some of its retail employees to prepare for overnight work on the 24th...
Apple's Mountain Lion may be out July 25, report says

Tim Cook Cleans House At Apple - Scott Forstall Is Out

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There's huge news coming out of Apple on Monday, as two top execs are leaving the company, including one, Scott Forstall, who some had viewed as a potential future CEO of Apple. Forstall will stay on as an advisor to CEO Tim Cook through the end of the year but...
Tim Cook Cleans House At Apple - Scott Forstall Is Out

Roger McNamee: Apple Is 'Already Doing The Things You Would Expect A Dumb Monopolist To Do' (AAPL)

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Outspoken venture capitalist Roger McNamee was on Bloomberg yesterday talking about the tech industry. His comments on Apple were entertaining, and typically bombastic. He says, "Apple is the most amazing thing I've seen in thirty years of covering the tech industry," and, "there's nothing competitive with them at all today."...
Roger McNamee: Apple Is 'Already Doing The Things You Would Expect A Dumb Monopolist To Do' (AAPL)
Report: NIAC director slams US Gov't, Apple for racially profiling over export sanction to Iran
Apple's new retail employee discounts start: $500 off a Mac and $250 off an iPad

Apple's Browett guides tour of new Beijing store, confirms upcoming Shenzhen location

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Apple is gearing up to open its third store in Beijing on the famous Wangfujing shopping street. Taking the title as the largest store in Asia, the three-story location demonstrates Apple’s heavy investment to court the Chinese market. The Next Web (in conjunction with the Beijinger) attended a media preview...
Apple's Browett guides tour of new Beijing store, confirms upcoming Shenzhen location

Apple Is Mysteriously Cutting Some Retail Employees (AAPL)

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Apple has been laying off some of its newly-hired retail employees, reports MacRumors. One report says that all employees at a United Kingdom store with less than six months of experience were laid off. Additionally, we can confirm that a Washington, DC-area Apple Store has cut employee hours and is...
Apple Is Mysteriously Cutting Some Retail Employees (AAPL)

PayPal rolls out barcode payments in the UK

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EBay’s CEO John Donahoe has called 2012 a year of testing and learning for PayPal’s in-store payments as it gears up for a big push next year. And the company is making good on that with the roll out of its first barcode-based payments in the UK at four major...
PayPal rolls out barcode payments in the UK

NYT profiles Apple's retail stores, says employees are 'short on pay'

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As part of its "iEconomy" stories profiling Apple, The New York Times has taken a closer look at the company's retail stores, stating that retail employees have "enjoyed little" of the company's great financial success....
NYT profiles Apple's retail stores, says employees are 'short on pay'

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the news: RIM is considering selling off its handset business, according to a new report in The Sunday Times. Facebook and Amazon are potential buyers. Google CEO Larry Page told employees not to worry about his health, after the company revealed he would miss several important meetings...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Workers' rights petitions delivered to Apple's Grand Central store

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As promised, activists on Thursday hand-delivered signed petitions to Apple's store in Grand Central Terminal, which were politely accepted by retail employees....
Workers' rights petitions delivered to Apple's Grand Central store
Apple breaks ground on new campus (no, not the spaceship one)

Software Piracy To Cost Sailors Their Jobs?

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A new report blasting piracy’s economic effects has been released this week, and it contains some shockingly blatant falsehoods.The study, penned by Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP), claims that piracy will cost EU businesses over 240 Billion Euros by the year 2015 and result in 1.2 million...
Software Piracy To Cost Sailors Their Jobs?
The unedited Q&A: Apple retail employees respond to NYT’s profile, share life from inside the Apple Store

Apple Retail Stores Seeing Significant Layoffs of Recent Hires?

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Over the past couple of weeks, we've been receiving reports that Apple has been laying off a number of recently-hired staff members at its retail stores. Most of the reports have been coming from Apple retail employees in the United Kingdom, but several of these reports claim that similar actions...
Apple Retail Stores Seeing Significant Layoffs of Recent Hires?

Apple stores busy with secretive activity ahead of WWDC keynote

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Some Apple retail employees will be working late nights ahead of the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, while a handful of stores recently had surprise visits from workers out of Apple's corporate headquarters, AppleInsider has learned....
Apple stores busy with secretive activity ahead of WWDC keynote

Apple’s Retail Army, by the Numbers

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There was an article published today in The New York Times entitled ‘Apple’s Retail Army, Long on Loyalty but Short on Pay‘, discussing what the publication asserts is a huge disconnect between the money Apple retail employees make and the amount they bring in for the company. This is the...
Apple’s Retail Army, by the Numbers
Apple to initiate new ‘Pathways’ training program for retail employees
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