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Why a naked Apple would be a better company
Foxconn, the high-profile electronics company that builds Apple's iPhone and other products in China, is back in the headlines after workers rioted at its Taiyaun factory.
Has Apple suffered without Steve Jobs?
That said, Apple Inc. AAPL, +1.02% still has plenty of challenges ahead. Some of those stem simply from the nature of the fast-paced, hyper-competitive consumer technology business the company currently competes in - and largely dominates.
Has Apple Become More Ethical Since Steve Jobs' Death A Year Ago?  Forbes
Apple's post-Steve tipping point  CNNMoney
Apple Computers Now Owns Beatles' Apple Logo
The Granny Smith apple that has served as the logo for the Beatles' record label is now the property of the Apple computer company. Yesterday (Oct. 25), Patently Apple discovered that the last remaining challenge to the logo's ownership had been ...
Apple obtains Beatles' Granny Smith trademark for Apple Corps  Apple Insider
Apple Officially Granted Registered Trademark For Beatles's Apple Corps Logo  Cult of Mac
Spouting Nonsense About Apple's Secret Hedge Fund
CapitalIQ has the following description of the firm: “Braeburn Capital Inc. is the asset management arm of Apple Inc. The firm invests in the public equity markets.
Is Apple's Braeburn The World's Largest Hedge Fund?  FINalternatives
Steve Jobs Tribute Laptops Honor Memory Of Apple Co-Founder In Charity ...
A little more than a year ago, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) co-founder and technological visionary Steve Jobs died after a long battle with cancer.
A Steve Jobs Moment That Mattered: Macworld, August 1997  Forbes
Apple, One Year Without Steve  Softpedia
Apple Tops List Of The World's Most Powerful Brands
Apple remains a leader in innovation that is adored by consumers around the world. The brand helped the company generate $40 billion in profits over the past 12-months, second most in the world behind Exxon Mobil.
Apple, Inc. akin to religion? Studies suggest yes
Product launches are “littered with sacred symbols, especially the iconic Apple sign itself,” says Bell, a research associate at the University of British Columbia.
Tim Cook's humble leadership at Apple
But even before that, as the Wall Street Journal reported Monday, Forstall apparently had the reputation among senior executives at Apple for not being cooperative and for showing off his close relationship with Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs ...
Analysts praise Apple's exec overhaul, see hints of future sea changes  Computerworld
Apple reshuffles top brass: iOS chief to leave in 2013  CNET
Real Analysis Of Apple's Current Supply Constraint
Apple's core business is in designing and selling premium consumer products, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and iMac.
Why Apple Has to Manufacture in China
Moreover, Apple does not change its assortment often - the new iPhone will probably be for sale for another year or two. The much bigger issue for Apple is supplier availability, engineering changes, and flexibility. Apple is a huge company and as a ...