Apple CEO Tim Cook emerges from Steve Jobs’ shadow

By Peter Svensson, AP NEW YORK – Apple CEO Tim Cook has long seen as the humorless and unemotional guy running the show from behind the scenes. But he is beginning to reveal a more assertive and eloquent side, hinting that he’s learning to shoulder …Find out more from USA TODAY



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Apple = Sony? Don’t You Believe It.

By Leander Kahney Choosing to back up his argument with passages from a dusty 65-year-old tome, Forrester CEO George Colony has written a controversial blog post provocatively titled “Apple = Sony” in which he argues that now that Steve Jobs is dead, …Find out more from Wired News

Why has Forrester’s CEO become an Apple doomsayer?

According to the CEO of market research firm Forrester, Apple only has a few more good years left in it if Tim Cook’s at the helm. by Josh Lowensohn April 25, 2012 1:53 PM PDT Follow @Josh Apple’s Tim Cook at a company event in 2010.Find out more from CNET

Stocks Rocket Higher After Apple Results Crush Forecasts

By Adam Samson A blockbuster earnings report from Apple boosted sentiment across Wall Street, sending the markets whizzing deep into positive territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 89.2 points, or 0.69%, to 13091, the S&P 500 rose 18.7 …Find out more from Fox Business

Apple’s Tim Cook Disses Tablet-PC Convergence; Breaks My Heart

By Jared Newman, PCWorld Apr 25, 2012 9:54 AM Apple CEO Tim CookI must have terrible taste in gadgets, because Apple executives keep slamming ideas that I like. The latest barb comes from Apple CEO Tim Cook, who in a conference call dismissed the idea …Find out more from PCWorld

Apple’s blowout quarter propels Nasdaq to big gain

The Nasdaq composite index shot 2 percent higher Wednesday, powered by a surge in Apple. The iPhone maker’s stock climbed $50 after the company once again blew past Wall Street’s profit forecasts. With Apple’s help, the technology-focused Nasdaq posted …Find out more from BusinessWeek

Macs contribute record-low 13% to Apple’s revenue

By Gregg Keizer Computerworld – The Mac’s contribution to Apple’s bottom line fell to an all-time low last quarter, according to data from the company. Once upon a time, the Mac line accounted for as much as half of Apple’s income.Find out more from Computerworld

Apple stock’s influence on markets grows

By Matt Krantz, USA TODAY The huge growth in Apple’s stock price that made it the USA’s most-valuable company has also made it Wall Street’s $600-a-share gorilla in the room. Lai Seng Sin, AP A visitor tries out a new iPad tablet computer at an Apple …Find out more from USA TODAY

Apple CEO scoffs at tablet-laptop hybrid

But Apple CEO Tim Cook pointedly says “no.” “Anything can be forced to converge, but the problem is that products are about tradeoffs, and you begin to make tradeoffs to the point where what you have left at the end of the day doesn’t please anyone,” …Find out more from CNN

Apple Surges Back Above $600

By Tomi Kilgore and Matt Jarzemsky DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)Find out more from Wall Street Journal