Berkshire Hathaway just boosted its stake in the iPhone maker by 55%—but not for the reasons you may think. The world’s most successful investor now owns nearly $1.5 billion worth of the tech giant’s stock. So what …
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Can Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock be qualified as a blue chip stock ... Buffett’s stock picks outperformed the market since 2008. In this free report, Insider Monkey’s market beating research team identified 7 stocks …
Until this week, only those high-level, extremely valuable employees were eligible for one of the best benefits that Apple hands out: the Restricted Stock Unit (RSU). However, that all has changed. Now, every Apple
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NEW YORK As Apple's stock leaps to successive highs, it is intriguing to look back every couple of weeks just to see how far the tech giant has come. Shares of the iPad and iPhone maker eclipsed the $600 barrier for the …
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Before I begin, two points: 1) I do not own any Apple stock. I have absolutely no interest in whether the stock goes up or down. 2) One can make an argument that there may be other reasons to sell Apple’s stock now …
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Let us pretend for a moment that the year is 1997 and you’re in the market for a new laptop computer. You want the top-of-the-line product at the time, so you opt for the newly released Apple Computer PowerBook G3 250 …
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Q: Is there a certain price at which Apple's (AAPL) stock will split? If so, what is it? A: Consumers love a two-for-one sale, and many investors, it seems are no different. Investors routinely wonder about when a stock, with a …
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David Einhorn said that his hedge fund, Greenlight Capital, was suing Apple in an effort to block a move that would eliminate preferred shares. Publish Date February 7, 2013. by Eduardo Munoz/Reuters. embed Wall …
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Earlier this week, the world’s largest dividend stock made a big move. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) announced that it will return an additional $50 billion to shareholders through a combination of dividends and stock buybacks. …
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Why does Apple split its stock? There is only one legitimate reason to split a stock and it is the one Apple CEO Tim Cook invoked in April 2014, prior to the most recent split: "We're taking this action to make Apple stock