Apple Weekly Report #133: Apple’s Stock Roller Coaster & Ballmer Bonanza

Apple Weekly Report Apple's stock followed the overall market down on Monday and back up again on Tuesday. Norway gave Apple a deadline to respond to DRM violation allegations, App Store reviews are finally under control, Apple is getting more of the laptop market, iTunes U will be accessible to the blind, and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave all of us an early Christmas present by saying he is pretty sure Apple's business model won't work.

Apple Weekly Report #133: Apple’s Stock Roller Coaster & Ballmer Bonanza

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Apple's stock followed the overall market down on Monday and back up again on Tuesday. Norway gave Apple a deadline to respond to DRM violation allegations, App Store reviews are finally under control, Apple is getting more of the laptop market, iTunes U will be accessible to the blind, and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave all of us an early Christmas present by saying he is pretty sure Apple's business model won't work.

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Day Trading Stocks

Wonderful podcast, as always. I’m glad you covered the state of their stock and what is going on.

Day Trading Stocks

Forgot to add above, I also enjoyed the segment with Ballmer. You have to wonder how those who make a practice out of day trading stocks from Apple felt about that.

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