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Apple Is Now a More Valuable Brand Than Coca-Cola

In what could be seen as a defining moment for tech, Apple has surpassed Coca-Cola to become the most valuable brand on the planet.Read more…

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How Apple Just Avoided Paying $9.2 Billion in Tax

When you’re a company as big as Apple, saving on tax bills is important—especially when they’re in the billions. Fortunately its team of accountants has just managed to save it a cool $9.2 billion.
The trick—I think we can call it a trick—involv…

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Four of the Five Highest-Paid Execs in the US Work for Apple

If you already feel a little hard done by when it comes to your pay check, brace yourself. Bloomberg reports that four of the five best-paid executives across the whole of the US are employed …

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Four of the Five Highest-Paid Execs in the US Work for Apple

If you already feel a little hard done by when it comes to your pay check, brace yourself. Bloomberg reports that four of the five best-paid executives across the whole of the US are employed by Apple—and just wait until you hear how much they earn….

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Apple Only Pays 1.9 Percent Tax Outside the US

According to an international financial statement filed by Apple, the company manages to pay just 1.9 percent income tax on its foreign earnings, meaning it pays a mere $713 million in tax on e…

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Apple Is So Big That Financial Analysts Are Ignoring It

Well, not quite. The Wall Street Journal reports that in order to understand how the financial market is faring, analysts are cutting Apple out of the picture because their dominance skews thin…

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Apple Closes Above Exxon as the World’s Most (Quantitatively) Valuable Company

At the close of trading today, Apple’s total market cap sits at an impressive $337.17 billion versus Exxon Mobil’s $330.77 billion. That being said your money is probably still safer in oil futures. [MacRumors] More &raq…

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Tech Stocks A Bright Spot on a Bad Day. Sort Of.

Stocks took a huge hit today. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 5.5 percent. The Dow Jones U.S. Technology Index went a little further than that, sliding 5.8. But overall, the tech sector …

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