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Investors are hoping for a turnaround in Apple's share price, with a four-month slide costing the company nearly $200 billion in value.
When it comes to customers, what they say they will do (in market research), and what they actually do, are two different things.
From an economic point of view, Taiwan and Australia are much closer than many would expect.
In replacing Google Maps with its own mapping software, Apple has attracted stinging criticism. Is it fair?
The high-profile litigation between Apple and Samsung is just one of many intellectual property disputes that have evolved from similarities in product appearance.
Since its inception, Rupert Murdoch has never been out of The Guardian's media power top 10. But this year the 81-year-old tycoon has been relegated to #11.
The immense divide between the 20-year timeframe of fund managers to provide retirement benefits to the public, and the frantic high-velocity trading in which micro-seconds are critical, demands further investigation.
A study has found that in most cases, being creative seems to put people at a disadvantage for climbing the corporate ladder. Why?
Managers need to stop blaming online competitors and the slow economy, and take more responsibility for declining sales.
Commentators on the current Apple vs Samsung debate need to look beyond the surface of the dispute, an academic argues.
What happens when the patent system becomes a competitive weapon rather than a means of fostering innovation?
A focus on user experience, minimalism and an obsession with detail have all helped Apple become the most valuable company ever.
No matter how many 'likes' your company has on Facebook, banks only accept deposits of cash. It's time for smarter, value-based pricing strategies.
Inside the Apple hiring process: “You are going to have to give up nights and weekends probably for a couple of years.
Apple’s share price has risen by 83% in the past year, and by almost 50% so far in 2012. Apple is now easily the largest company in the world by market capitalisation, at some $565 billion.
The internet has been buzzing with news that Apple may be considering a strategic investment in micro-blogging company Twitter.
There are plenty of second acts in corporate life, as Donald Trump, Solomon Lew, Steve Jobs and pals demonstrate.
Apple and David Jones both introduced new payment methods over the weekend – one based on the concept of providing more personalised assistance, and the other shunning it altogether.
Vita Group will take an impairment charge against its reseller chain Next Byte to the tune of $15 million.