After focusing on Apple’s second quarter earnings and the subsequent reaction by Wall Street in the first part of his interview on CNBC’s Mad Money… 402 more words
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”As long as Jobs was at the helm of Apple the company burgeoned,” Bob Lefsetz writes for The Lefsetz Letter. “But those days are through. To expect the Cupertino company to continue to triumph is to expect the Doors to succeed without Jim Morrison.” 380 more words
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said a lot of people think Apple is just a device company but the problem with that is that these devices also lead to a very lucrative service stream. 114 more words
”Apple stock rose Tuesday, a day after CEO Tim Cook appeared on CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ to discuss the company’s prospects after last week’s disappointing March-quarter earnings report,” Patrick Seitz reports for Investor’s Business Daily. 228 more words
”Tuesday on CNBC’s Fast Money, former Apple Computer CEO John Sculley called in to weigh in on our panel discussion of whether or not the company’s best days are behind it,” Dan Nathan writes for RiskReversal.com. 177 more words
”Yes, it’s time to start talking about the iPhone 7,” Oscar Raymundo writes for Macworld.
“Rumors have already begun to surface about Apple’s forthcoming iPhone. We’re expected to get a dual camera, a Smart Connector, and no headphone jack,” Raymundo writes. 176 more words