Rome or Gala? iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus? You may not know as much as you think you do about apples (or Apple).
Glass Supplier To Apple Files for Bankruptcy
GT Advanced Technologies had spent money on ramping up production for the iPhone 6. But then Apple decided not to use its product for the phone's screen.
EU to Detail Probe of Apple’s Irish Tax Break
The European Commission is also investigating tax breaks allegedly granted to Starbucks in the Netherlands.
Banks Give Apple a Break on Mobile Transaction Fees
By beefing up security on mobile wallet transactions, Apple wins fee discounts from credit card issuers.
Mobile Payments Could Become Mainstream with iPhone 6
News sources are reporting that American Express, Visa and MasterCard might be teaming with Apple to create a market-changing mobile wallet.
More Enterprises Deploying Mobile Apps
A report by Good Technology shows mobile apps gaining traction in the enterprise, and Android devices becoming more popular with business users.
How to Hire (Not So Simply) the Best
The best performers do orders of magnitude better than the average, but how do you get them to work for your company?
Apple, Others Ally with Obama to Pay Small Suppliers
SupplierPay, a new White House initiative, is designed to help small businesses increase their working capital.
The Richest Companies Keep Getting Richer
A new Standard & Poor's report reveals a widening wealth gap between the top one percent of U.S. companies and the rest of corporate America.
Before Accepting Bitcoin as Payment…
If forced to do business in a virtual currency, finance will have to alter existing processes and invent new ones. Here's some of what it faces.
Keeping an Apple Turnover at Bay?
Latest moves by the richest U.S. company suggest wariness over a possible stock-price slip.