The milk industry has been using the advertising tag line "Got Milk" since 1994, but now it's introducing a new one with a new tag line.
Activist investor Carl Icahn waves the white flag in his high-profile campaign to prod Apple into buying back $50 billion worth of stock.
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Apple reportedly has repurchased $14 billion of its stock in the two weeks after its first-quarter financials and second-quarter revenue outlook disappointed investors.
From Green Mountain pouring full pots of coffee, to Apple paying the price for the iPhone 5c's poor sales, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst in business.
Microsoft revealed last week that it more than doubled the sales numbers for its Surface tablets last quarter. But neither Apple nor Android have much cause to worry.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple will roll out two iPhone models with bigger screens this year. And despite how well the 5s has been selling, Apple needs them.
From Apple's earnings to the prophetic end of the trading month, here are some of the things that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Foxconn, the major supplier of Apple's iPhones and iPads, may build high-tech factories in the U.S. and low-cost plants in Indonesia as the appeal of Made in China fades.
China Mobile will begin selling Apple iPhones in China on Friday, an event Apple CEO Tim Cook calls a watershed moment for the Silicon Valley company.
The smart car of the future will have apps galore, constant connectivity, and may even drive itself. No wonder all the tech giants want their software behind the dashboard.
Stocks extend their year-end rally, led by big gains from Facebook and Apple.
Target reportedly suffers a consumer backlash and Apple makes a breakthrough in China.
Apple might have a chance to pep up cooling iPhone sales in China if it finally can reach a deal with the world's biggest phone carrier, China Mobile.
The market's been rallying strongly this year, but some shares that hit recent highs this last week may not deserve their big gains.
From Microsoft's dream CEO candidate telling it to keep dreaming, to Apple inking an iPhone deal with China Mobile, here are best and worst results of the week in business.
The rise of wearable computing is an inevitable --eventually -- but 2013 wasn't the breakthrough year that some had predicted. Still, we think you don't have long to wait.
Bad news for News Corp, jury selection begins in the Apple vs. Samsung fight, and Fidelity shares the secret to a rich retirement.
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