Corporate Governance

Apple is once again threatening to leap above the $3 trillion market cap level. Maybe a big Santa Claus rally will do the trick, even as Apple closes more stores due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.
A Dutch antitrust regulator has ruled that Apple must allow an app developer to use its preferred payment system and a Foxconn plant that makes iPhones in India has been closed due to a food...
Apple has posted a new video with 10 tips for iPhone users, both new and veteran. The company also has closed more of its retail stores due to increased cases of COVID-19.
Moody's has given its highest debt rating, Aaa, to Apple debt, while another long-time Apple watcher believes that the company's forecast December quarter revenue dip will be larger than expected.
The U.S. Postal Service now accepts Apple Pay for online transactions, but it could be a while until the payment system is rolled out to the country's 34,000 retail locations.
A giant iPad would put Apple back in the game for smart home devices, but the company needs to address some issues before that happens.
Apple is reportedly hiring engineers who specialize in wireless chips, while Intel is trying to claw its way back.
A burst of new COVID-19 infections has led to the temporary closure of three Apple Stores and forced the company to postpone its planned February 1 return to the office for Apple employees.
Apple will once again require customers at its Apple Stores to wear masks to help stop the spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
The U.S. Labor Department has begun an investigation into a claim that Apple retaliated against whistleblower Ashley Gjovik when it fired her in September.
Apple is inching up on a $3 trillion market cap, less than two years after it first hit $2 trillion.
Apple is being sued over an alleged defect in Apple Watch that could cause injury to the wearer. The good news is that Apple's stock price could rise more in the next few weeks.
Apple gets a reprieve in court, but its transparency campaign takes a serious hit.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly struck a deal with China in 2016 that included an estimated $275 billion worth of concessions in exchange for a mostly hassle-free license to do business in the country.
Apple is reportedly raising its planned shipments of iPhones by 30% in the first half of 2022.