Apple Supplier TSMC Wins Phoenix’s Support for $12B Plant
The Taiwanese chipmaker's advanced semiconductor fabrication campus could generate 1,900 new jobs over the next five years.
Apple Rebukes Supplier for Labor Code Violations
The company's decision to put Taiwan's Pegatron on probation underscores the “challenge facing Apple as it seeks to address abuses in its supply chain."
House Urges Reforms to Curb Big Tech Firms
Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple "have become the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons."
Apple, Google, Dropbox Face Italy Antitrust Probes
Italy’s competition authority is looking into the companies’ cloud storage services after complaints about allegedly unfair commercial practices.
Stay-at-Home Demand Drives Apple Growth
The company reported increased third-quarter sales across all its products, with even the iPhone up more than 1% from a year ago.
Apple Wins Appeal on $15B Irish Tax Bill
The decision by the EU court could have wide-ranging effects on multinationals.
EU Launches Probes of App Store, Apple Pay
The European Commission will look into the two Apple services to determine whether they stifle competition.
Apple iPhone Sales Spike in China
“Apple is better positioned than most to experience a rapid recovery in a post-COVID world. We see demand as pushed out, not canceled.”
Apple Reportedly Shifting Away from Intel
The company is considering the use of in-house chips for its next generation of Mac computers.
Apple, Google Add Tech Muscle to Virus Fight
The companies have teamed up to add technology to their smartphones that will alert users if they have been in contact with a COVID-19 infected person.
Experts React to Apple’s Revenue Warning, Coronavirus Threat
The company has had to temporarily halt production and close retail stores in China due to the coronavirus.