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Uber CEO Responded to Apple's $1B Investment in Chinese Rival in a Joking Tweet
Travis Kalanick

Uber CEO Responded to Apple's $1B Investment in Chinese Rival in a Joking Tweet

Travis Kalanick explained that his girlfriend owns Apple shares which makes her an investor in Didi Chuxing, Uber's rival in China.
Arjun Kharpal
Apple Faces a Big Dilemma If It Wants to Become a Services Business
Apple

Apple Faces a Big Dilemma If It Wants to Become a Services Business

In its current form, Apple is in no way equipped to get in the notoriously tricky enterprise-services game.
Matt Weinberger
Apple Loses Trademark Battle, Allowing Chinese Company to Use the 'IPHONE' Name
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Apple Loses Trademark Battle, Allowing Chinese Company to Use the 'IPHONE' Name

The Beijing company Xintong Tiandi Technology can now sell IPHONE-branded purses, wallets and phones cases.
Lydia Belanger
Apple's Share Plunge Has Entered Record-Setting Territory
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Apple's Share Plunge Has Entered Record-Setting Territory

The company had its first eight-day slump since July 1998, but investors have cause to believe a rebound is on its way.
Apple Shows Us It's Hard to Be Innovative When You're on Top. But Does it Really Matter?
Growth Strategies

Apple Shows Us It's Hard to Be Innovative When You're on Top. But Does it Really Matter?

The iPhone maker is no longer the scrappy upstart it was in the early 2000s. Now, it's the most valuable company in the world.
Nina Zipkin
Police Say Apple Employee Found in Conference Room Died of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound
Death

Police Say Apple Employee Found in Conference Room Died of Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound

The employee has been identified as 25-year-old Edward Thomas Mackowiak of Santa Clara, California.
FBI Paid Less Than $1 Million to Unlock San Bernardino iPhone, Sources Say
FBI

FBI Paid Less Than $1 Million to Unlock San Bernardino iPhone, Sources Say

The figure is smaller than the $1.3 million the agency's chief initially indicated the hack cost.
Icahn: We're Out of Apple, and it's China's Fault
Apple

Icahn: We're Out of Apple, and it's China's Fault

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn told CNBC he has sold his Apple position.
Jacob Pramuk
Police Investigating Death at Apple's California Headquarters
Apple

Police Investigating Death at Apple's California Headquarters

Officials responded to an emergency call from Apple's campus in Cupertino at about 8:35 a.m. local time.
What Else Went Wrong for Apple Besides Predicted iPhone Slump
Apple

What Else Went Wrong for Apple Besides Predicted iPhone Slump

Apple sales slumped 13 percent as many product categories fell.
Facing Slumping iPhone Sales, Apple Looks to Services to Boost Business
Apple

Facing Slumping iPhone Sales, Apple Looks to Services to Boost Business

The App Store, Apple Music, storage center iCloud and mobile wallet Apple Pay and other services generated nearly $6 billion in revenue, up 20 percent from the previous year.
At One Year Old Is Apple's Watch a Flop? Not Exactly.
Apple Watch

At One Year Old Is Apple's Watch a Flop? Not Exactly.

Apple sold twice as many first-year watches as first-year iPhones.
FBI Paid More Than $1 Million to Break Into San Bernardino iPhone
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FBI Paid More Than $1 Million to Break Into San Bernardino iPhone

Director James Comey said the agency paid more to get into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters than he will make in the remaining seven years at his his job.
Wozniak: Apple Should Pay Much More Tax
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Wozniak: Apple Should Pay Much More Tax

The co-founder thinks 50 percent seems fair.
Apple Inc. was founded by the late Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in Jobs’ parents’ home in Los Altos, Calif. in 1976. The company specializes in the design, creation and marketing of mobile devices, personal computers and tablets -- plus, its latest product, the Apple Watch. Some of its most popular products and services include the iPhone, iPad, Mac, iTunes and Mac Apps. Today, the company is led by CEO Tim Cook.