Although Google’s stock keeps hitting new all-time highs, it may not necessarily suffer the same fate as Apple.
Buying back shares will boost earnings per share and save Apple $1.5 billion a year in dividends.
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Individual investors took advantage of Apple’s recent stock slide to snap up shares of the tech giant last month, according to brokerage firm TD Ameritrade.
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Motorola “abused its position” when it filed a patent injunction against Apple in Germany, EU officials say.
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U.S. markets continue to climb higher into record territory, led by Bank of America and Apple.
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Apple raises $17bn (£10.9bn) via a bond sale, the biggest ever by a non-banking company, to help fund its plan for extra payouts to shareholders.
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The Google Now service – which aims to anticipate searches by offering information before it is asked for – extends to Apple’s iOS devices.
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Computer and smartphone maker Apple reports its first quarterly drop in profits in a decade, despite strong sales in the three months to March.
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