Apple Inc. (NQ: AAPL)
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(AAPL) Community Analysis from
Bulls REASONS TO BUY
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IPhone's Success
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APPLE STORES
62%
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The iPad
Bears REASONS TO SELL
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Apple grasps the future
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test reason AC
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Pure Valuation
April 23, 2014
(Jutia Group, 4/21/14)
[at Los Angeles Times] - Under Chief Executive Tim Cook, Apple has become increasingly vocal about its efforts to reduce the company's effect...(read more)
(Jutia Group, 4/22/14)
[at Forbes] - For years, the rise of Android seemed to put almost no dent in the massive proportion of mobile traffic generated by...(read more)
(Telecom Ramblings, 3/24/14)
So now we know where another content company may be coming down on network neutrality, and it's not where you think. According to a WSJ report and a nice followup from Ars Technica, none other than...(read more)
Apple (AAPL) Company Overview

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) designs, manufactures, and markets smart personal devices and high end personal computers addressing both the consumer electronics space and industry through its online stores, its retail stores, its direct sales force, and third-party wholesalers, resellers, and value-added resellers. The company's products include the Macintosh (Mac) family of personal computers, the iconic iPod portable music player, the iPhone, and, the iPad. Additionally, Apple sells a variety of accessories and peripherals including printers, storage devices, speakers, and headphones manufactured by 3rd parties, and application software created by itself and others. An entire ecology has grown up around its products[1]. Under the leadership of Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder who returned to head the company in 1996, Apple has demonstrated considerable acumen in implementing high-technology in product design and marketing, generating sustained enthusiasm and substantial growth as it continues to redefine and re-invent whole new markets.

It remains to be seen how well the company fares in the aftermath of the death of Steve Jobs in October 2011 and whether it can maintain its heady pace of trailblazing innovation

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