Tim Cook

Apple borrowed $8.5 billion Monday in a four-part bond deal. Why? Because right now, money is cheap.
Apple is scheduled to release its fiscal first-quarter financial results after the markets close on Tuesday. Analyst are looking for strong growth year over year.
Apple has a been a driving force in pushing the markets to new all-time highs, and with earnings on the way later this month, analysts are starting to make calls on where the stock can go from here.
Apple shares are holding near all-time highs, but this is not stopping analysts for calling for the stock to run even higher. Wedbush just came out with a report calling for Apple to add on almost...
The Dow (DJIA) is up 19.50% this year, to near record levels at 27,875.62. It would not have a chance to be there is one of its 30 components, Apple Inc, was not up by 65.96% to $261.78. No stock in...
Apple was negligent on its reliance of iPhone manufacturing in China. Tim Cook should have made better contingency plans.
Investors in Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) have seen a very defined transformation in the company over time. From growth of the Mac, iPhone, iPod, iPad and the Watch, 2019 is going to be the year that...
Apple has been under fire recently concerning “Batterygate” and the fact that it might have misled its users.
The Apple 10 year anniversary for the iPhone is underway and we have already seen some incredible developments. Not only is the new Apple campus impressive but the Apple Watch broke the mold as well....
Apple reportedly will spend $1 billion to acquire outside content for its media distribution businesses, the value of home equity in the United States continues to rise, and more important headlines.
Shares of Apple lost more than 4% over the course of the week, and most of this loss came in Friday’s session. But it remains the best-performing Dow stock by a wide margin.
The enthusiasm for Apple has grown over recent months. But a lot of things have to go in Apple's favor for investors to see a $200 share price.
The last time there was wild excitement about an iPhone version is when Jobs launched the first one 10 years ago. If Tim Cook can come close to that with the iPhone 8, Apple’s shares could surge...
If Apple can have a spectacular launch of its new iPhone, and it can pick up its critical market share in China, it could surge beyond its current market cap of $700 billion.
Earnings propped up Apple's stock for Wednesday’s rally, but as more analysts continue to weigh in the stock it could run even more.