Analyst Gene Munster of the investment firm Piper Jaffray & Co. reiterated his "outperform" rating on Apple Computer stock Thursday, saying recent competitive "rumblings" from Sony and Yahoo! are no match for the iPod maker
The average U.S. iPod owner is spending about $150 on cases, cables, adapters and other accessories and there is little evidence that trend will subside any time soon, a consumer survey has found
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Lawyers representing Apple Computer and three Web sites argued Friday over whether journalists should be protected from revealing their sources about an unreleased Apple product.
Strong demand for the iPod shuffle and sales from the iTunes Music Store are "encouraging" signs shares of Apple Computer is tracking above expectations for the remainder of 2005, the Prudential Equity Group said Friday
Fortune's 23rd annual Most Admired Companies ranks Apple Computer third among computer companies, while Dell captured top honors for America's Most Admired Company
A report of an impending buyout of digital video recorder maker TiVo by Apple was denied Thursday by the analyst quoted in a recent story by the Reuters news agency. Despite the denial, rumors continue to spread.
AmTech analyst believes product demand is "better than expected," says Apple "remains among the best growth stories in technology."
Revenue from Apple Computer's Mac OS X, iLife '05 and iWork '05 will be "attractive" and "significant" in the next 12 months and will be the nucleus in getting consumers to buy Macintosh personal computers, UBS analyst Benjamin Reitzes said Monday in a research note to clients
Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing profited more than US$2.3 million as he cashed in on stock options February 4, an SEC filing says
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