Supreme Court Deals Antitrust Blow to Apple
The court says iPhone users are eligible to sue Apple for overcharging them for apps sold in the App Store.
SEC Charges Bring Long Fraud Saga to a Close
Five years after GT Advanced Technologies went bankrupt, the company and its ex-CEO, facing overwhelming evidence, cop to SEC allegations.
Apple Supplier Accused of Lying About Contract
The ex-CEO of GT Advanced Technologies allegedly misled investors about the company's performance of an agreement to supply sapphire glass for iPhones.
Apple Posts Record $11.5B in Services Revenue
The jump in digital services sales testifies to Apple's progress in selling other products to its installed base of iPhone users.
Apple Enters Streaming Wars With Apple TV+
The new streaming platform may face heavy competition from the likes of Netflix but should grow Apple's services business.
At Apple, the Fox Was Minding the Henhouse
Apple’s former global head of corporate law is charged by the SEC with insider trading.
Lawmakers Seek Answers Over Apple Bug
The company is facing criticism over its response to a flaw in its FaceTime app.
Apple’s iPhone Sales Fall 15%, Wearables Up
After years of expansion and record-setting profits, Apple “appears to be entering a period of vulnerability.”
Delta Shares Fall After Lower Guidance
Other airlines also saw their shares decline amid fears of a global slowdown.
Apple Lowers Q1 Guidance Amid China Woes
CEO Tim Cook says the revenue shortfall "is over 100 percent from iPhone and it's primarily in greater China."
Why Apple’s Disclosure Changes Are the Right Move
The world's second-most-valuable company is not being coy but rather is clearly communicating its business-model shift, an investor relations expert says.