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Apple Says Does Not Expect To Meet Revenue Guidance Provided For March Quarter
Apple Working To Reopen China Offices, Call Centers Week Of Feb 10 - CNBC
French consumer regulatory body fines Apple €25 mln
Apple Inc. designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers and portable digital music players. The Company sells a range of related software, services, accessories, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications. The Company's segments include the Americas, Europe, Greater China, Japan and Rest of Asia Pacific. The Americas segment includes both North and South America. The Europe segment includes European countries, India, the Middle East and Africa. The Greater China segment includes China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The Rest of Asia Pacific segment includes Australia and the Asian countries not included in the Company's other operating segments. Its products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple Watch, Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, iPhone OS (iOS), OS X and watchOS operating systems, iCloud, Apple Pay and a range of accessory, service and support offerings.
1 Apple Park Way
Arthur D. Levinson
Independent Chairman of the Board
Timothy D. Cook
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
Jeffrey E. Williams
Chief Operating Officer
Katherine L. Adams
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
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Apple has become embroiled in a publishing row in Germany after it tried to halt sales of a book written by a former executive, saying it disclosed secrets about the App Store.
Anglo-German chip designer Dialog Semiconductor <DLGS.DE> is buying California-based Adesto Technologies <IOTS.O> for $500 million to diversify further away from its reliance Apple <AAPL.O>, it said on Thursday.
Anglo-German chip designer Dialog Semiconductor is buying California-based Adesto Technologies for $500 million to diversify further away from its reliance Apple, it said on Thursday.
The dollar gained while several U.S. and European equity indexes scaled fresh peaks on Wednesday after China reported another decline in new coronavirus cases and on expectations of Chinese stimulus to counter a slowdown in growth.
Federal Reserve policymakers were cautiously optimistic about their ability to hold interest rates steady this year, minutes of the central bank's last policy meeting showed, even as they acknowledged new risks caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
U.S. stock index futures advanced on Wednesday as signs of slowing coronavirus infections and expectations that China would take more steps to bolster its virus-hit economy helped investors return to equities after Apple's sales warning.
Japanese shares bounced back on Wednesday as sentiment improved slightly after Wall Street's major indexes closed off their lows and Apple trimmed its losses stemming from a sales warning, although the health crisis in China remained an overhang.
Samsung Electronics stands to be a major beneficiary of the China production problems announced by rival Apple Inc on Monday, reaping the rewards of a decade-long bet on low-cost smartphone manufacturing in Vietnam.
Gold rose and global equity markets slid on Tuesday after Apple Inc <AAPL.O> said it was unlikely to meet its sales guidance because of the coronavirus outbreak in China, a warning highlighting the epidemic's threat to global growth and corporate profits.
Shares of Apple Inc <AAPL.O> fell 2 % on Tuesday and dragged the stocks of its suppliers across the globe lower, after the iPhone maker warned of lower sales in the current quarter acknowledging that the coronavirus outbreak was pressuring its supply chain.
The Dow and S&P 500 fell on Tuesday after a sales warning from Apple left investors assessing the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on U.S. companies.
The Dow and S&P fell on Tuesday while the Nasdaq ended just above the unchanged mark as a sales warning from tech bellwether Apple highlighted the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on global supply chains.
* Apple will miss quarterly revenue target due to coronavirus
* Apple warns of revenue shortfall due to coronavirus * Latam stocks index hits 1-week low * Citi cuts growth forecast for Brazil (Updates prices, adds analysts' comment) By Sruthi Shankar Feb 18 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies and stocks came under pressure on Tuesday...
* Dow down 0.5%, S&P down 0.2%, Nasdaq up 0.1% (Updates to late afternoon)
(Adds inverted yield curve, updates prices) * Apple says unlikely to meet sales guidance * 30-year yields lowest since September By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Feb 18 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields fell on Tuesday after Apple Inc's warning it would miss its sales estimate...
Gold surged over 1% on Tuesday to fetch more than $1,600 an ounce as Apple Inc's surprise warning about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak fueled concerns about global economic weakness, driving investors to lower-risk assets.
Apple Inc will likely miss its schedule for mass producing a more affordable iPhone that it had planned to release this spring, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday.
Apple Inc <AAPL.O> will likely miss its schedule for mass producing a more affordable iPhone that it had planned to release this spring, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday.
Apple Inc <AAPL.O> warned on Monday it was unlikely to meet its March quarter sales guidance set just three weeks ago as the world's most valuable technology firm became one of the biggest corporate casualties of China's coronavirus epidemic.
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