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Apple ships 47 million iPhones; investors hang up

Jan 23, 2013
Apple made $55 billion in revenue in the final three months of 2012, making it one of the most profitable companies on the planet. But investors were hoping for more, and the company's stock price has slipped in after-hours trading.
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Sluggish iPhone 5 sales revive Apple’s doubters

Jan 14, 2013
Reported cutbacks on iPhone5 parts and talk of a cheaper phone suggest Apple is yielding to competition rather than defining the market
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Apple cuts orders for iPhone parts following weak demand

Jan 14, 2013
Apple's stock is down sharply this morning after a report that demand for the iPhone 5 is waning. The Wall Street Journal reports Apple has cut orders for iPhone 5 components, like screens, because of the weak demand.
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Another Silicon Valley perk -- free shuttle service

Dec 26, 2012
Silicon Valley tech companies are known for their posh employee benefits. Among the latest, free shuttle bus service from SF to the Valley is transforming life for tech commuters.
Posted In: Google, apple, Silicon Valley

Small talk: A breakup museum, Apple's pinch-and-zoom, McFlurry misconduct

Dec 21, 2012
The Dinner Party serves up news that didn't quite make the headlines -- perfect for your dinner party conversations this weekend.
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Key Apple smartphone patent rejected

Dec 20, 2012
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has dealt Apple some bitter news.
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Google maps app invades the iPhone

Dec 13, 2012
Google's new maps app was a blockbuster download on its first day. Will Apple ever lure its users back to Apple Maps?
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To some, Google Maps app is a win for Apple

Dec 13, 2012
The new Google Maps app, released late yesterday for iPhone, may not be so unwelcome.
Posted In: apple, Google, iPhone5, google maps

Apple brings manufacturing of Macs back to the U.S.

Dec 7, 2012
Apple's Tim Cook says some Macs will be assembled in America again, and a former Russian banker tries to make currency trading in video games a regular thing.
Posted In: apple, mac, tim cook, World of Warcraft, MMO

Apple to move some computer production to U.S.

Dec 6, 2012
Apple's CEO reveals the company will shift some manufacturing jobs from China to U.S.
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