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February 27, 2013
10:13 EDTAAPLApple needs more cash than most believe, analyst says
Apple's stock is trading down today ahead of its shareholder meeting, during which it is expected to address its huge cash position. Apple's (AAPL) cash needs over the next two years are actually greater than many believe, Jefferies analyst Peter Misek wrote in a note to investors earlier this morning. The company's capital expenditures are likely to double over the next two years, partly due to higher apps processing costs and content costs associated with its upcoming TV product launch. Furthermore, the company may have to provide financing to consumers in some markets, as some carriers may stop subsidizing the iPhones, Misek warned. An acceleration of dividends and buybacks will provide Apple with greater strategic flexibility and value to shareholders than preferred shares over the intermediate to long term, the analyst believes. The tech company currently intends to return $45B to shareholders over the next three years through dividends and share buybacks, Misek reports. Apple could return $90B to shareholders over an extended period of time, added Misek, who maintained a Hold rating on the shares. The issue of whether Apple is returning enough cash to shareholders has garnered a great deal of attention recently, as activist investor David Einhorn has demanded that the company return more of its $137B of cash to shareholders through preferred stock. Einhorn has sued the company to block a proposal that would prevent the company from issuing preferred stock. Apple shares climbed yesterday amid speculation that the company could announce share buybacks or a stock split. In early trading, Apple lost 1%, or $4.67, to $444.30.
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October 8, 2014
09:38 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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08:20 EDTAAPLQualcomm opportunity at Xiaomi almost rivals iPhone, says FBR Capital
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06:57 EDTAAPLApple's iPhone 6 Plus more popular than iPhone 6, WantChinaTimes says
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06:13 EDTAAPLNon-Apple notebook, tablet demand to be weak till 2Q15, DigiTimes reports
Demand for non-Apple (AAPL) notebooks and tablets may remain weak until the second quarter of 2015, reports DigiTimes. Citing Taiwan makers, the pressure due to booming sales from Apple products may decrease sales until Microsoft (MSFT) launches Windows 10 next year. Demand for Samsung (SSNLF), Sony (SNE) , And HTC smartphones have also dropped worldwide recently. Reference Link
06:10 EDTAAPLQuantom begins small-volume production of 12-inch Macbook Air, DigiTimes says
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05:54 EDTAAPLTeen interest in Apple Watch 'tepid,' says Piper Jaffray
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October 7, 2014
17:05 EDTAAPLApple iPhone gains market share among teens, says Piper
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster concluded from Piper's 2014 Teen Survey that interest in Apple's technology remained strong among teens. According to the survey, teen iPhone ownership rose to 67% from 61% in the Spring, and iPad ownership among teens that owned a tablet remained at 66%, the same as in the Spring. However, teen interest in the Apple Watch remained "tepid," as only 16% of teens would be interested in an Apple Watch at $350. Shares are Overweight rated with a $120 price target.
16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; October 7, 2014
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 2.16 to 32.24 Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA TWTR AMZN FB VZ AA HTZ NFLX PBR according to Track Data.
15:01 EDTAAPLDunkin Donuts testing mobile ordering system, considering Apple Pay, NRN reports
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14:46 EDTAAPLApple supplier GT Advanced recovers some of yesterday's losses
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14:00 EDTAAPLGT Advanced sapphire not used for iPhones because 'proved brittle,' WSJ says
Apple's (AAPL) decision to choose glass screens over GT Advanced's (GTAT) sapphire screens for the iPhone 6 was because of "tests in which the synthetic sapphire proved brittle, cracking when phones were dropped from various heights and angles," The Wall Street Journal reported last night, citing people familiar with the matter. Apple's decision to withhold GT Advanced's expected $139M payment was the tipping point for GT Advanced to declare bankruptcy, people familiar with the matter added. Reference Link
10:29 EDTAAPLGT Advanced lists Apple, Airgas, GrafTech, Ultra Clean among top 30 creditors
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10:17 EDTAAPLSamsung outlook miss weighs on suppliers
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09:36 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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08:46 EDTAAPLFireEye announces targeted attack protection for Apple platform
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08:15 EDTAAPLApple leaks point to iPad Air 2 with Touch ID, gold color, Michael Report says
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06:14 EDTAAPLSamsung may find difficulty competing with TSMC for Apple chips, DigiTimes says
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06:11 EDTAAPLApple adjusts supply ratio for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, DigiTimes reports
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06:09 EDTAAPLApple 12-inch tablet may integrate both Mac OS and iOS, DigiTimes reports
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06:06 EDTAAPLApple reinstated with a Buy at BofA/Merrill
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