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In Beats restructuring, Apple CEO Tim Cook sends subliminal message to Pandora

“Apple, Inc. is laying off 200 employees related to its $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics LLC,” New York Shock Exchange writes for Seeking Alpha. “The job cuts will be in the areas of human resources, finance, and other job functions where the two companies have overlapping operations. 121 more words

Apple

Apple to pare 200 positions from Beats

“Apple is cutting around 200 jobs at Beats Electronics as it prepares to close on its $3 billion purchase of the audio equipment and music-streaming company, … 372 more words

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Episode 30 - What's up with Microsoft?

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Microsoft that giant of the tech world appears to be having a case of the wobbles which has not been seen by any of the big players in the tech arena. 970 more words

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Apple heading back to $700 days

In September 2012, Apple was hailed as Wall Street’s darling due to the stock’s impressive climb from about mid-$500’s to low-$700’s. However, after that speculation regarding Apple’s innovation drove the stock back to the $500-range. 766 more words

Enterprise Organization

Tim Cook puts his stamp on Apple

“Last week, Apple and IBM announced a strategic partnership to transform enterprise mobility through a new class of business apps that will bring IBM’s big data capabilities to the popular iPhones and iPads. 249 more words

Apple

Apple と Asia: 中国が日本を抜いて、一番の お得意さまに・・・

China excites, Japan disappoints in Apple’s newest earnings
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July 23, 2014 – by Steven Millward
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Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) newest financial earnings report (for fiscal 2014 Q3; or April to June in human time) shows stellar growth in China. 334 more words

Mobile

These 2 Charts Show Why Apple Should Worry About the iPad

Apple’s flagship product, the iPhone, is humming along nicely, according to the company’s latest quarterly earnings report, but its newest disruptive device has seen better days. 818 more words