Apple remains top of the heap in terms of sales per square foot, followed by Murphy USA, Tiffany & Co. and Michael Kors, according to new data from eMarketer.
The telecommunications giant’s $67.1 billion for DirecTV indirectly makes the case for Comcast that it needs to merge with Time Warner Cable because competition is increasing.
R.I.P. he just killed the Forbes list. Per Tyrese in this video, “The homie is drunk off of Heinekens.”
Little known to most everyone is that Universal owns a 14% stake in Beats, which at the rumored $3.2 billion sale price equates to a windfall of $448 million for the world’s largest record label.
The iPhone maker might be close to its first major acquisition, according to the Financial Times.
Jason Wilson, Pinterest’s lead designer, tells BuzzFeed in an interview how the social network’s visual search engine was born.
Tablet manufacturers shipped 50.4 million tablets, up a tiny 4% from the same quarter a year ago, according to IDC.
It is becoming clear that there is a different psychology among consumer buying habits for tablets than smartphones, namely that they are holding out longer to replace them.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is now preaching stability for Facebook’s platform, as the massive land grab for developers accelerates.
Apple’s phone has a hidden function that records where you’ve been and how long you spent there. Could be awkward.
PUT DOWN YOUR PHONE AND EVERYTHING WILL BE OK. JUST PUT IT DOWN.
The news came as part of Apple’s strong second quarter earnings report. The company also announced a 7-for-1 stock split.
Wait, Google used to be called WHAT?
“There’s a sense that we’re doing something very big and very exciting,” CEO Joel Klein told BuzzFeed.
Plus, Peaches Geldof is dead at just 25, a baby “geep” (sheep/goat hybrid), and rumors are swirling about the possibility that an Aaliyah biopic is in the works.
Fruit: It’s not just for eating.
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iOS in dash lets you access maps, messages, and music.
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Apple makes nearly half a million dollars for each of its 80,300 employees, by far the most of any company on the list.
Easy banana ice cream?! Yes, all of the yes.
The company can functionally and effectively compete with Google and Apple — whether it’s with products or when fighting over acquiring companies.
The iPhone 6 doesn’t even have a launch date, but this guy still wanted to be first.
New data from Activist Insight suggests that activist investing for 2014 is already shaping up to outpace last year, and the companies targeted represent a diverse group of industries.
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The company sold 51 million iPhones during the holiday quarter. But that still wasn’t enough, sending the stock down 5% in extended trading.
Carl Icahn has some interesting thoughts on how big of a seller Apple’s currently nonexistent TV can be.