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Apple's Corporate Reputation Is in Free Fall
In the first quarter of 2017, Apple (aapl) landed in 20th place in the Reputation Institute's Global RepTrak 100, a ranking that measures public perception towards major companies around the world. During the same period last year, Apple ranked 10th in ...
Apple's corporate reputation in slow decline, market research suggestsAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
A New International Poll Shows that Apple's Corporate Reputation has taken a Major Hit in the last YearPatently Apple
Apple and Samsung take hits to their reputationsCNET
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Apple and Samsung are set to reignite the fanboy wars
The latest rumors put Apple and Samsung on a direct collision course. If they pan out, the next iPhone and Galaxy will look very similar with curved screens and thin bezels. But then there's the price. One option is going up market, while the other ...
Apple is turning the iPhone into a Samsung Galaxy phoneBusiness Insider

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Apple (AAPL) 2017 Shareholders Meet: Important Takeaways
Yahoo Finance
At the annual shareholders' meet held at Cupertino yesterday, Apple Inc. AAPL CEO Tim Cook, reportedly, said that the company has spent over $50 billion with suppliers toward manufacturing in the U.S.. Per media reports, Cook further added that Apple ...
Apple says it spent $50 billion last year with US suppliersReuters
Apple's Tim Cook: We really care about pro usersCNET
Apple investors reject bolder diversity push, againUSA TODAY
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Warren Buffett's reason for investing in Apple should be music to Tim Cook's ears
Business Insider
At Apple's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, CEO Tim Cook said that he was "very proud" that Berkshire Hathaway had invested in the iPhone company. "I think what's good for Apple is to have long term shareholders," Cook said. "We're very proud ...

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Apple May Not Want to Own Netflix, But It May Go After an Oscar
Apple is taking the slow route to original video content and is more likely to do what it did with Apple Music, buying a small company and partnering with creative geniuses (Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre) than buying a big company like Netflix. It's already ...

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Apple Investors Reject Diversity Proposal
At Apple, we take a holistic view of inclusion and diversity that includes the varied perspectives of our employees as well as app developers, suppliers, and anyone who aspires to a future in tech. We also support diversity by creating opportunities ...

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BTIG analyst predicts significant growth for Apple in 2017/2018, possible new products
9 to 5 Mac
Apple appears to be the darling of analysts at the moment. A week after one analyst opined that the company 'has Samsung on the ropes like never before,' investment bank and brokerage company BTIG has raised its price target for the stock from $133 to ...
Why Apple Inc. (AAPL) Will Become a Trillion-Dollar

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Apple Expands Carrier Billing to Italy, Singapore, and Austria
Mac Rumors
Apple has enabled carrier billing in Austria for Drei customers, Italy for Three customers, and Singapore for M1 Limited customers, expanding upon the feature's existing availability among select carriers in Belgium, Germany, Japan, Norway, Russia, ...

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Facebook releases Facebook Video app on Apple TV
If somehow you have really great Facebook friends who share interesting videos, the new Facebook Video app on the Apple TV is for you and it's available now. Facebook's VP of Partnerships Dan Rose already announced that a Facebook app for your TV ...
Facebook Video Now Playing on Apple TVVariety
Facebook Launches 'Video' App for Fourth-Generation Apple TVMac Rumors
Facebook Video launches for Apple TV with support for live streamsAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
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Apple promises it's still serious about desktop PCs
If you thought that desktop computers had fallen by the wayside at Apple, then think again, because Tim Cook has spoken out regarding his firm's plans to do more with PCs in the 'pro' market. In a Q&A at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, the CEO said ...
Apple trashes office printers in latest iPad Pro adCNET
iPad Pro To Help You Avoid Printing In Public: Apple AdValueWalk
If Apple wants the iPad to beat the PC, it needs to make much bigger strides in iOS softwareRecode
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