Funny TB. What is the big deal anyway? We all would evade paying if we found a loophole.
I didn't know any of this but you make a good case for them to run from MHM. Maybe they offered their services?
of numbers. This is what the word is.
that I am hearing. Not any cooking of the books.
Thanks to all shorts.
They went from 47% large screens to a little over 50%. The real story is the 30 billion.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Mar 3, 2013 03:34:08 (ET)
TAIPEI (AFP)--Taiwan's TPK Holding Co., a leading manufacturer of touch screens for Apple, will invest up to NT$30 billion (US$1.01 billion) this year to meet robust demand for mobile and other devices, media reported Sunday.
The capital will be used to raise production on the island and in China's coastal Fujian province, company chairman Michael Chiang said while breaking ground for a new plant in central Taiwan Saturday.
Its existing research and development unit in Taiwan will also be expanded, he said, according to the Economic Daily News and the Commercial Times.
The company's touch screens are used in smartphones, tablet PCs, notebook PCs, electronic books and other consumer electronic items.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Apple iPhone 6 Targets China Mobile in Bid for Supremacy in Smartphone Wars
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March 2, 2013 3:17 PM GMT
There are rumours that iPhone 6 orders have already been placed with the manufacturers at Foxconn and could be ready for a release in August
Apple's next smartphone could be sold by China Mobile later this year, in a bold attempt to capitalise on the Chinese market of 500 million people.
According to Chinese news site EMSOne, Apple's latest iPhone will be designed to work on the TD-LTE 4G high-speed mobile network of China Mobile - China's largest carrier. In fact, the iPhone 6 - unlike the current iPhone 5 - will be compatible with all 4G networks worldwide.
Analysts have been predicting that Apple's wilting share price is unlikely to recover unless the Cupertino-based electronics giant can make inroads with consumers in China, whose market is almost twice the size of that in the United States.
Apple's iPhone 5 sales continuing to be healthy, but the company's stock is now down 19 percent this year.
AppleInsider reported that Barclays Capital analysts claim that iPhone 6 orders have already been placed with the manufacturers at Foxconn and that the new phone could be ready for release in August.
by Steven Sande Mar 1st 2013 at 6:30PM.
The wait for an iPhone may finally be over this year for customers on the China Mobile TD-LTE network, reports Patently Apple.
China Mobile confirmed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week that it will be running tests of its TD-LTE network in more than 100 cities in China, which will provide fast data service to a potential customer base of more than 500 million people.
The news follows reports that Apple supplier Qualcomm is producing a new solution that supports all available LTE implementations and that would allow phone manufacturers to provide a single mobile device that would provide global LTE roaming support. If Apple chooses to use this solution -- which also provides more efficient use of battery power -- in an upcoming iPhone, it could open the door to even more dynamic growth in sales of Apple's flagship product.
It is all a game without rules and fundamentals do not matter. Some stocks are rewarded if they miss earnings revenue and lower guidance like DECK just did. It came in with lower revenues and announced it will have a 12 cents loss in Q1. The street had them at a gain of 6 cents for Q1. If it were APPLE the stock would have tanked but DECK moved up 15%. Although I am happy that I own it I also own AAPL and it is absolutely absurd the different standards at play.