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American Government: By Apple Inc.
Transparency & Personal Interface: When someone spends $2,300 (including Apple Care of course) for one of our iMac computers, they are paying far more than they would for any other computer. But tens of millions, and counting, do this because they know ...
Apple Gives In to Employee Perks
When it comes to culture among technology companies, Apple is still an outlier. Its managers have long ignored standard Silicon Valley perks, such as free lunches, believing the opportunity to work at the company and on its popular products compelled ...
Apple's new mission: retaining happy employees  GigaOM
Apple fires up its version of Google's '20% time', giving some ...  The Next Web (blog)
Behold, Some of the First Apple Computer Photos Ever
Terrell was intrigued, but told Jobs that what he really needed were fully-assembled computers. In fact, if Jobs could come back with an assembled version of the Apple-1, the Byte Shop would buy fifty of them. Jobs did, and the Byte Shop became the ...
Apple Said to Be Exploring Switch From Intel for Mac
Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. is exploring ways to replace Intel Corp. processors in its Mac personal computers with a version of the chip technology it uses in the iPhone and iPad, according to people familiar with the company's research.
Apple dumps Intel for ARM in future Macs? Or is this the iPad Pro?  Computerworld (blog)
Will Apple's silicon be good enough for a Mac?  CNET
Apple Has Doubled Its Ad Budget To $1 Billion A Year
The culprits are the iPhone (launched in 2007) and the iPad (launched in 2010). Apple's ad budget was rising only marginally from a base of $467 million in 2007 until 2010.
Apple Inc (AAPL) Dips on Disappointing iPad Mini Sales  Insider Monkey (blog)
Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPad Mini Confirmed To Use 32nm A5 Chip From Samsung  ValueWalk
Apple Told to Pay $368.2 Million to VirnetX in Patent Trial
Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) -- VirnetX Holding Corp. rose the most in more than three years after a federal jury said Apple Inc. should pay $368.2 million for infringing patents for virtual-private-network technology.
Apple Inc. (AAPL) To Pay VirnetX $368.2m Over Patent Infringement  ValueWalk
Apple Ordered To Pay $370 Million Because Its Engineers Ignored Patents When ...  Business Insider
Samsung Raises Prices To Apple: I Wonder Why?
Samsung Electronics , the world's largest technology firm by revenue, raised the price of mobile processor supplied to Apple Inc. AAPL +0.67% by 20% recently, Chosun Ilbo reported Monday, citing a person familiar with negotiations between the two tech ...
Samsung reportedly hits Apple with 20% price increase for iPhone, iPad chips  Apple Insider
Apple (again) tops list of most innovative companies
For the third year in a row, Apple was named number one in management consulting firm Booz & Company's annual survey of the top 10 most innovative companies.
Color Inc. lawsuit confirms 'key assets' being sold to Apple
Finally, When the company failed and key assets were being sold to Apple, Nguyen specifically retaliated against Witherspoon by blocking his job opportunities at Apple, offering him a de minimis severance package, disparaging him in the workplace and ...
Apple purchase of Color Labs verified in bizarre lawsuit  Apple Insider
Color Labs sale to Apple confirmed in lawsuit alleging armed threats and ...  The Verge
Jobs's Spaceship-Like Apple Offices to Arrive Later Than Planned
21 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. said the construction of a new spaceship-like headquarters with a circular design in Cupertino, California, won't be completed until mid-2016, later than originally projected, as the company revises its plans.
Apple's 'spaceship' HQ now on track for mid-2016 opening  CNET
Apple's new Spaceship campus set to open in 2016 as project experiences ...  The Next Web (blog)