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Apple Q1 2013: can Apple make itself attractive to investors again?

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Apple will be releasing its earnings in just a couple hours, and analysts have been tightening down their estimates. Official guidance from the company was $52 billion in sales, but very soon we’ll see how close the analysts are. The big question, however, is this: even if Apple has a stellar...
Apple Q1 2013: can Apple make itself attractive to investors again?

Facebook's 'Sub-Zero' Facility: Data Storage, or Zuck's Cryogenic Backup Plan?

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Artist’s rendering. Wired reports that Facebook is building a boxy building, code-named “Sub Zero,” right next to its existing data center in Prineville, Oregon. The purpose? Long-term emergency backup of your every drunken photo and banal status update. According to Wired: The plan is to use the building to house a brand-new type of low-power,...
Facebook's 'Sub-Zero' Facility: Data Storage, or Zuck's Cryogenic Backup Plan?

Today in Tech: Why Apple gave Scott Forstall the boot

tech.fortune.cnn.com
Also: PayPal lays off hundreds; Steve Ballmer's new mission for Microsoft. Inside Apple's major shakeup [FORTUNE] Indeed, as Hurricane Sandy barreled toward the East Coast, a worsening storm embroiled Apple too. Suffice it to say that even as Apple's stock-market valuation has made the company the biggest in the world,...
Today in Tech: Why Apple gave Scott Forstall the boot

The Facebook IPO: Marketing, hypocrisy, and arrogance

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The social media juggernaut's financial filing reveals some uncomfortable truths about Silicon Valley and Wall Street. By Allan Sloan, senior editor-at-large FORTUNE -- There's something to be said for being a fossil when it's time to look at a phenomenon like Facebook's pending stock offering. The medium is new, the...
The Facebook IPO: Marketing, hypocrisy, and arrogance
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