Researchers at Warwick Business School have found that in the five years after a cyber incident, shareholders suffered, but the pay of chief executives increased.
Is Apple losing its mojo baby? I know the Apple aficionados are going to tear into me — probably led by some of my pro-Apple colleagues — but I wanted to present a good weekend read that encompasses many of the flames, rants and a modicum of opinion in this area. Every comment below has occurred in the popular press over the past few months as the gloss comes off Apple.
In what may be seen by Aussies as a Kangaroo court – or is that pandering too much – a Chinese court has ruled that a Chinese company can use the name IPHONE.
Telstra shares closed at $5.56 yesterday, on the back of solid financial results and a positive outlook. They were last that high in 2002.
Apple has announced record results – but not by much. Wall Street is unimpressed. What does it have to do?
Apple's new iPhones, intended to save the company from its falling share price, have done the exact opposite, with investors declaring the announcement a disappointment.
With profit margins remaining high and a pipeline of new products, Apple may well be on track for a trillion dollar valuation.
I guess we can safely assume they're mining and selling our personal data to others.It's your ABC, but not your[…]
I agree. Not much new in these devices these days, but there is a big market out there for the[…]
Copying Samsung, which also has a A3x, A5x, A7x, A9x line up at similar price points.
Has Jennifer put the Dud in Dudley-Nicholson?
The problem lies with so-called pundits who are trying to push a particular line and do not bother to verify[…]