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EU hits Apple with €13-billion Irish tax bill due to illegal state aid
EU hits Apple with €13-billion Irish tax bill due to illegal state aid
The European Commission ordered Apple Inc to pay Ireland unpaid taxes of up to €13-billion on Tuesday as it ruled the firm had received...
Apple's Tim Cook calls out 'religious freedom' laws as discriminatory
Apple's Tim Cook calls out 'religious freedom' laws as discriminatory
Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook  says so-called religious freedom laws enshrine the ability of individuals to breach...
Apple releases tool to remove free U2 album
Apple releases tool to remove free U2 album
Some iPhone users are not happy that U2's new album, ...
Has Apple lost its bite?
Has Apple lost its bite?
It's less than two years since Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs, but Apple's creative juices appear to have dried up. For two decades the...
Apple releases smaller iPad tablet
Apple releases smaller iPad tablet
Apple made its play to dominate the fast-growing tablet market on Tuesday by unveiling an "iPad mini" – a new tablet half the size of...
Apple's Cook shares $98-billion cache
Apple's Cook shares $98-billion cache
Apple CEO Tim Cook, moving swiftly after taking over from the late Silicon Valley icon Steve Jobs, fulfilled a longstanding desire of investors by...
Cook to serve up slices of $100-billion Apple pie?
Cook to serve up slices of $100-billion Apple pie?
Apple is to announce on Monday the outcome of its internal discussions about what to do with nearly $100-billion in cash reserves the company has...
After Steve Jobs: Apple's faster, better iPad
After Steve Jobs: Apple's faster, better iPad
Apple unveiled a new iPad on Wednesday with a higher resolution display and faster 4G LTE connectivity as it seeks to tighten its grip on the...
New boost for workers at suicide-hit Foxconn
New boost for workers at suicide-hit Foxconn
Foxconn, the Taiwan-owned manufacturer with giant assembly facilities in mainland China which is one of Apple's main contractors, says it has...
Apple sales rise, but fail to soar
Apple sales rise, but fail to soar
Apple's revenues rose to another quarterly record of $28.27-billion - up 39% - and profits rose 54% to $6.62-billion, figures reveal.
New Apple iPhone fails to wow fans and investors
New Apple iPhone fails to wow fans and investors
Apple's newest iPhone left Wall Street and fans wishing for more than a faster version of last year's device, drawing a rare outburst of criticism...
Cook's time to shine with new iPhone
Cook's time to shine with new iPhone
Tim Cook finally gets his chance to stride out from under Steve Jobs' shadow and he could not have picked a better time or device to mark his...

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