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The big funds on Apple: Who bought and who sold last quarter - Apple 2.0 -Fortune Tech tech.fortune.cnn.com
Total shares held fell 5.2%, but more funds increased than reduced their Apple holdings.
When Apple reported record iPhone 5 sales, the stock began a six-month free fall. FORTUNE -- It's been years since Samsung reported any unit sales numbers at all for its mobile phones, so the tech press took notice Thursday when the South Korean manufactu
Blackberry's free messaging service is one of the struggling company's most valuable assets.
Contrasts: Apple's Tim Cook and Samsung's Lee Kun-hee - Apple 2.0 -Fortune Tech tech.fortune.cnn.com
The U.S. is suing Apple. Lee's government pardoned him. Twice. FORTUNE -- With Tim Cook scheduled to testify Tuesday before a hostile Senate subcommittee and the Department of Justice's antitrust trial against Apple (AAPL) set to begin the following week,
Five years ago, Apple ran out of seats in two months for WWDC. This year: 90 seconds.
Is there another company that is loathed with as much passion as Apple? FORTUNE -- After more than five years writing an Apple (AAPL) blog, I think I've heard 'em all, from fanboy and lemming to sheeple and iCrap.
You can almost hear the reporter -- or maybe the editor -- saying "Gotcha!" FORTUNE -- Student activists at Harvard University like to pore over the quarterly filings of the Harvard Management Company for investments they find politically incorr
FWD.us, backed by clean-tech evangelists, is pushing dirty energy projects to push immigration reform. Will the disruptive lobbying work?
Volume tends to lead price, and the trends suggest big money is accumulating Apple.
How much damage a cheaper iPhone does to Apple's profit margins - Apple 2.0 -Fortune Tech tech.fortune.cnn.com
Fears of 30% by 2015 are overblown, says Gene Munster, but he's lowering his target. FORTUNE -- So confident are analysts that Apple (AAPL) is getting ready to launch a lower-cost iPhone that some have started building the new device -- which none have ev
Very, according to a new Forrester survey. Microsoft and Google don't fare as well. FORTUNE -- According to a Forrester survey released this week, the vast majority of computer users (85% worldwide, 88% in the U.S.
Windows Phone beats Blackberry for third in smartphone shipments - Fortune Tech tech.fortune.cnn.com
Windows Phone surpasses Blackberry for third place in smartphone shipments, but Google's Android and Apple's iOS still rule the market.
A video depicting a hipster giving homeless people clothes from Abercrombie & Fitch reached critical viral mass this week.