|Bid||164.85 x 1000|
|Ask||164.99 x 700|
|Day's Range||162.42 - 165.41|
|52 Week Range||142.20 - 183.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.87|
|Earnings Date||May 1, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.44%)|
|1y Target Est||192.94|
In your book you make a lot of predictions about what's to come in the world and how the anti-government sentiment isn't just growing in the United States because of President Trump - but that it's also taking place in other countries as well... where is this coming from? President Trump and Apple CEO, Tim Cook are set to meet at the White House today...the meeting is closed to the press but Trump tweeted that the meeting with 'include how the U.S. has been treated unfairly for many year, by many countries, on trade." Do you agree with the President? You talk about the cause of Donald Trump's rise in popularity being due to disaffected voters and that he won the U.S presidency by promoting anti-establishment, anti-immigrant and anti-globalist sentiments. Why do people feel displaced and what's the solution to people feeling disconnected from government? --- Eight of the world’s wealthiest people attended President Donald Trump’s first state dinner last night along with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron. What's that say for Globalism and populism?
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Major tech platforms are steadily replacing the handgun in their catalog of emojis with a toy gun or squirt gun, following a public outcry over gun violence after a mass school shooting in February. On April 25, Google released an update for its catalog of emoji that depicted a squirt gun in lieu of a…
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accumulated a $125m legal bill in the three months to March and the chipmaker warned its costs would rise further in the coming months, as it prepares for a number of courtroom battles against Apple and US regulators. ’s legal onslaught against Qualcomm over smartphone patent royalties has already put a huge dent in the chipmaker’s profits. Qualcomm said on Wednesday that its net income fell by 52 per cent to $363m, in large part because Apple and its contract manufacturers have choked off billions of dollars worth of royalty payments since the dispute began more than a year ago.
Samsung Electronics Co. is the latest Apple Inc. supplier to offer a sign of weaker iPhone X sales, saying that it’s seeing slow demand for the screens used in the flagship product.
The plan was simple. Take all the modern smartphone technology that had not made the transition to the iPhone family (such as OLED displays and wireless charging), pack them into the tenth-anniversary handset, and push up the retail price to boost revenue and margins. The plan failed.
Qualcomm said its profit plunged 52% from a year earlier as it dealt with a tangle of challenges, including Apple and Huawei Technologies continuing to withhold royalties.
Facebook's troubles with Russian election meddlers, "fake news" and misused data have dominated headlines globally and caused endless headaches for the social media site. There is some indication that ad spending actually increased after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Facebook is the second largest digital publisher in the world, behind Google, and raked in $39.94 billion in 2017.
President Donald Trump and two top aides talked about trade issues with Apple Inc chief Tim Cook on Wednesday as the White House prepares to try to avert a trade war with China, a manufacturing hub for the iPhone maker. Cook, who has urged calm during the recent flare in U.S. trade tensions with China, held private talks with Trump in the Oval Office.
President Donald Trump and two top aides talked about trade issues with Apple Inc (AAPL.O) chief Tim Cook on Wednesday as the White House prepares to try to avert a trade war with China, a manufacturing hub for the iPhone maker. Cook, who has urged calm during the recent flare in U.S. trade tensions with China, held private talks with Trump in the Oval Office.
Apple faces a big test with its March-quarter report, due out Tuesday: Can it calm investors with its outlook for the current quarter and year ahead?