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A recent filing reveals that David Tepper -- the billionaire manager of the Appaloosa Management hedge fund -- cut his stake in Apple by 41 percent in the first quarter of this year.
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Here's an argument for why Apple will continue to be able to innovate and succeed despite the loss of its creative genius, Steve Jobs.
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A rare piece of technological history will go on sale later this month in the form of Apple’s original personal computer.
Apple’s future next-door neighbors in Cupertino, California have received a friendly invitation for feedback regarding Apple’s upcoming Campus 2 building project.
While Cook isn’t standing up well to the comparisons being made to his predecessor Steve Jobs, could any other chief executive officer of a major technology company do a better job?
Even while its cash reserves swell to unprecedented levels, Apple continues its longstanding nickel-and-dime approach to its research and development spending.
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