Apple Faces Labor Department Whistleblower Investigation As Tensions With Employees EscalateThe US Department of Labor has launched a whistleblower investigation into Apple, in the latest sign of tensions between the famously secretive company and its current and former employees spilling over into public view.
Apple Set To Become World's First $3 Trillion CompanyThe iPhone maker headquartered in Cupertino is close to topping a market value of more than $3 trillion — the first publicly traded company ever to be worth that much.
Apple's Big Quarter, Strong iPhone Sales Not Enough To Ease Supply FearsApple’s iPhone sales soared yet again in the past quarter, but didn’t grow as rapidly as analysts anticipated, a sign the Cupertino company’s momentum may be slowing amid supply shortages.
Apple Unveils iPhone 13 Lineup, New Watch, iPads In Virtual EventApple unveiled four new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and new iPads on Tuesday during a virtual media event held from its Cupertino headquarters.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Faces Tough Questions About App Store Competition In Epic Games Antitrust CaseApple CEO Tim Cook described the company’s ironclad control over its mobile app store as a way to keep things simple for customers while protecting them against security threats and privacy intrusions during Friday testimony denying allegations he has been running an illegal monopoly.
Apple Announces 1st East Coast Campus In North CarolinaApple is expanding spending in the U.S. and announced plans Monday to build its first East Coast campus, in North Carolina.
Apple Unveils Colorful iMacs, New iPad Pro, AirTag Location Tracker In Spring EventFrom a new IPad Pro and redesigned, colorful iMacs to a purple iPhone, the long-awaited AirTag location tracker, and an updated Apple TV and remote, here's a closer look at everything Apple announced on Tuesday.
Apple CEO Calls Out Rival Tech Companies Ahead of Privacy UpdateApple CEO Tim Cook criticized social media companies Thursday, accusing them of prioritizing user attention and data collection at the cost of allowing and even rewarding dangerous conspiracies, extremism and polarization.
Apple to Identify What Personal Info Being Collected By AppsTo better inform its customers, Apple is identifying what kinds of personal information apps are collecting in its app stores for iPhones and other products.
Apple Beats Earnings Estimates But Lagging China iPhone Sales Drag Stock Price LowerApple eked out a modest revenue gain during the three months ending Sept. 30, beating analysts' projections that sales would fall during the quarter.
David Rubenstein Dishes On Jeff Bezos, Nancy Pelosi, Bill Clinton, Others In New Book 'How To Lead: Wisdom From World's Greatest CEOs, Founders, And Game Changers'David Rubenstein is the co-founder of the private equity firm The Carlyle Group and talks with some of the world's biggest leaders in his new book like Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Apple Becomes 1st U.S. Company Worth $2 TrillionAmong its many accomplishments -- the iPhone, the iPad, iTunes, the App store -- Apple can now boast of one more: It is now worth more than $2 trillion.
After Nine Years As CEO of Apple, Tim Cook Is Now A BillionaireApple CEO Tim Cook has become a billionaire as he nears a decade at the helm of the world's most valuable company.
Apple Revenue Picks Up Slightly Amid Coronavirus PandemicApple warned earlier this year that it would experience a slump in iPhone sales as the coronavirus upends its supply chain and its biggest markets. But so far the impact appears muted.
Apple, Google Working Together To Help Track The CoronavirusApple and Google are partnering to help authorities track exposure to the coronavirus using Bluetooth technology.