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In an effort to return cash to investors, Apple is reaching out to the debt market and offering $17 billion in bonds, the biggest non-bank bond offering in history, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
Apple announced second-quarter earnings Tuesday, and CEO Tim Cook had plenty to say during the company's conference call with Wall Street analysts.
The maker of popular utilities and games for the Mac confirmed layoffs, but said it was still alive and supporting its products.
Getting real work done on an iPad is easy--if you know how. Let us show you all the different ways you can go about it with our new iPad-exclusive ebook, the iPad Office, built using iBooks Author.
A judge in California has ruled that a patent infringement lawsuit between Apple and Samsung Electronics will continue, after indicating earlier that she would like to put the case on hold pending resolution of an appeal in another patent dispute between the two companies before the same court.
We ventured deep into the jungle primeval of Apple's shareholder proxies to bring you a slice of company trivia -- from the absence of a knight to the shocking truth of just how cool it is being an Apple board member.
One of Apple's larger shareholders is suing the company. Why is that happening and what does it mean to you? Marco Tabini explains.
Whether you're getting paid by a customer or editing a coworker's presentation, these tablet-optimized apps take the dead trees out of doing business.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs technology conference.
Last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook used the Goldman Sachs conference to affirm the company's commitment to good worker conditions. What will this year's news be?
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has admitted that late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was "always cooler" than him.
Do you miss iWeb, Apple's web-publishing service that was discontinued last year? The guys at Rage Software say they're preparing a replacement.
Portable and less pricey, Apple's little tablet still seeks its business niche—and is finding some surprising takers.