4:24 p.m. update: AAPL stock closed Thursday at $96.45, down 4.22% on the session. A rocky market and anxiety over iPhone sales have lopped 5% off the AAPL stock price this week, pushing shares below $100. Shares of Apple Inc. …
David Zeiler: Now that the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock split (NASDAQ:AAPL) has arrived – today is the record date – investors need to know exactly what’s happening and how it will affect them. Since the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech …
Shares of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) are a good example ... better to do with its money--like using it to grow the business with new ideas and products. ABC News' Sandy Cannold contributed to this report.
Today AAPL has a shareholder meeting and a lot of the focus has been on the replacement of Steve Jobs and the lack of information that AAPL is releasing about their succession plan. I believe that news stories are just the markets way of …
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Tracking the stock market’s morning recovery, AAPL is well into positive territory for the day, up 1.4% at last glance to outpace gains on the Dow, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite. Flashing back to Aug. 25, the day after Steve …
NOTE: This story was updated with fresh information June 9. Now that the Apple stock split (Nasdaq: AAPL) has arrived – today (Monday) is the first day it trades at its new price – investors need to know exactly what's happening and how it …
“With Apple having announced all-time record iPhone sales, you might have expected analysts and investors to be impressed, and to see the AAPL share price rise as a result,” Ben Lovejoy writes for 9to5Mac. “Instead, the stock is …
Google's stock continues to break down: Now $330 and still falling. A number in the $200s is perfectly plausible for that one. Apple, on the other hand, is being snatched up whenever it falls below $90. To reiterate what we said two days …
“There are two Apples: AAPL, the stock, and Apple, the company,” Neil Cybart writes for Above Avalon. “While it would seem logical that one is merely a reflection of the other, in reality, the two are guided by vastly different parameters.