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Lawrence Tesler, Who Made Personal Computing Easier, Dies at 74

When you’re cutting and pasting, dragging the cursor over selected text and performing other common computer tasks, you can thank him.
Tags: Jobs, News, Software, Apple Inc, Larry, Xerox Corporation, Computers and the Internet, Deaths (Obituaries, Desktop Computers, Steven P, Tesler, Lawrence Tesler


Foxconn says cautiously resuming China output, warns coronavirus will hit revenue

Taiwan's Foxconn said on Thursday it would "cautiously" resume production at its main factories in China as the major Apple Inc supplier warned revenue will be hit this year by the coronavirus epidemic.
Tags: Money, China, Taiwan, businessNews, Foxconn, Apple Inc


Lacking Its Own Digital Giants, Europe Plans New Approach

The European Union outlined proposals to bolster its digital economy and keep it from being overly reliant on foreign companies.
Tags: News, European Union, E-commerce, Artificial Intelligence, Ursula, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc, Computers and the Internet, Amazon.com Inc, von der Leyen, Digital Giants Europe Plans New Approach


United States: What The Frlekin?! California Supreme Court Says Bag Checks Are Compensable - Proskauer Rose LLP

Today, in Frlekin v. Apple, Inc., the California Supreme Court held that time spent by non-exempt employees undergoing mandatory bag or other security checks is compensable
Tags: News, United States, California Supreme Court, Apple Inc, Frlekin


Oil near flat; virus impact offsets Libya supply disruptions | Financial Post

Oil near flat; virus impact offsets Libya supply disruptions | Financial Post:Oil prices were near flat on Tuesday, pressured by concerns over the impact on crude demand from the coronavirus outbreak in China, but prices drew support from a reduction in supply from Libya.Brent crude rose 8 cents to settle at $57.75 a barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were unchanged from the previous session, settling at $52.05 a barrel.Though new cases of the coronavirus in mainland China ...
Tags: Travel, Wall Street, China, Libya, Apple Inc, International Energy Agency IEA, Financial Post, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Apple may miss mass production schedule for new, cheaper iPhone - Nikkei

Apple Inc will likely miss its schedule for mass producing a more affordable iPhone that it had planned to release this spring, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Apple Inc


Stocks slide on Apple's virus warning, euro near three-year low

Oil prices tumbled and global equity markets slid on Tuesday after Apple Inc said it was unlikely to meet its sales guidance because of the coronavirus outbreak in China, a warning highlighting the epidemic's threat to global growth and corporate profits.
Tags: Apple, Money, China, businessNews, Apple Inc


Gold back above $1,600/oz as Apple's virus warning lifts safety demand

Gold surged over 1% on Tuesday to fetch more than $1,600 an ounce as Apple Inc's surprise warning about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak fueled concerns about global economic weakness, driving investors to lower-risk assets.
Tags: Apple, Money, businessNews, Apple Inc


Coronavirus threatens Apple supply chain, sales; shares drop

Shares of Apple Inc fell 2 % on Tuesday and dragged the stocks of its suppliers across the globe lower, after the iPhone maker warned of lower sales in the current quarter acknowledging that the coronavirus outbreak was pressuring its supply chain.
Tags: Apple, Money, businessNews, Apple Inc


If Apple is hurting due to the coronavirus, its suppliers and rivals likely are too

Apple Inc's surprise warning that it will likely fall short of this quarter's sales target due to the coronavirus epidemic points to much pain for its chip and other suppliers as well as for rivals who also rely on China to build their products.
Tags: Apple, Money, China, businessNews, Apple Inc


Global Markets: Stocks under pressure as Apple sounds warning on coronavirus

Asian shares fell and Wall Street was poised to retreat from record highs on Tuesday after Apple Inc said it would miss its March quarter revenue guidance as the coronavirus slowed production and weakened demand in China.
Tags: Apple, Money, businessNews, Apple Inc


Apple's coronavirus warning that it won't sell enough iPhones is great news for Samsung

Apple announced Monday that the coronavirus outbreak means it will miss its revenue guidance for its fiscal second quarter due to its impact on the company's supply chain and store closures in China. Rival Samsung meanwhile has been far less impacted by the outbreak, with a minimal market share in China and a largely Vietnam-based supply chain. "Samsung does not say it publicly. But it is relieved," a source told Reuters. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Samsung Electronics...
Tags: Apple, China, Samsung, Trends, Beijing, Sun, Vietnam, Huawei, Samsung Electronics, Apple Inc, Reuters, Foxconn Apple, China Rival Samsung, Reuters Visit Business Insider, Hong Sun, Korea Chamber of Business


Samsung poised to benefit from China virus woes afflicting Apple, other rivals

Samsung Electronics stands to be a major beneficiary of the China production problems announced by rival Apple Inc on Monday, reaping the rewards of a decade-long bet on low-cost smartphone manufacturing in Vietnam.
Tags: Apple, Money, China, Samsung, businessNews, Samsung Electronics, Apple Inc


Gold rises on mounting business impact from virus outbreak

Gold rose to a two-week high on Tuesday, spurred by demand for safe-havens after iPhone maker Apple Inc's revenue warning underscored the financial fallout of the coronavirus epidemic in China.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Apple Inc


Sensex, Nifty drop as Apple's warning signals virus impact

Indian shares tracked Asian peers lower on Tuesday, as a revenue warning from tech giant Apple Inc signalled mounting financial fallout on businesses from the coronavirus epidemic in China.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Apple Inc


Apple warns sales to fall short of target due to coronavirus impact

Apple Inc warned on Monday it was unlikely to meet its March quarter sales guidance set just three weeks ago as the world's most valuable technology firm became one of the biggest corporate casualties of China's coronavirus epidemic.
Tags: Apple, Money, China, businessNews, Apple Inc


Global Markets: Stocks fall after Apple warns on coronavirus impact

Asian shares fell and Wall Street retreated from record highs on Tuesday after Apple Inc said it will not meet its revenue guidance for the March quarter as the coronavirus outbreak slowed production and weakened demand in China.
Tags: Apple, Money, Wall Street, businessNews, Apple Inc


China sees fall in coronavirus deaths but WHO urges caution

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China reported its fewest new infections of coronavirus since January and its fewest deaths for a week, but the World Health Organization said data suggesting the epidemic had slowed should still be viewed with caution. Apple Inc warned that its sales would suffer because of the epidemic, hurting both supply and demand, an announcement that cast a chill on global stock markets. The head of a leading hospital in China's central city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the co...
Tags: News, China, Who, World Health Organization, Wuhan, Apple Inc, Reuters China, BEIJING SHANGHAI


Head of hospital dies in coronavirus epicenter; global economic impact spreads

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The head of a leading hospital in China's central city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, died of the disease on Tuesday as Apple Inc warned its sales would suffer because of the epidemic, casting a chill on global stock markets. The number of new coronavirus cases in mainland China fell below 2,000 for the first time since January but the virus remains far from contained. The total death toll in China has climbed to 1,868, the National Health Com...
Tags: News, China, Beijing, Wuhan, Apple Inc, Reuters, National Health Commission


Apple Signals Coronavirus’s Threat to Global Businesses

Supply is a problem, the company warned, as factories slowly reopen in China, and demand is down, too, with stores there still mostly closed.
Tags: Apple, News, China, Smartphones, Epidemics, Apple Inc, Computers and the Internet, International Trade and World Market, Factories and Manufacturing, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Apple unlikely to meet revenue guidance due to coronavirus impact

Apple Inc warned on Monday it was unlikely to meet a sales target set just three weeks ago amid lost production and weakening demand in China from the coronavirus outbreak.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, Apple Inc


Apple Warns China Virus Will Cut iPhone Production, Sales

Apple Inc. is warning investors that it won't meet its financial guidance because the viral outbreak in China has cut production of iPhones.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, News, China, Apple Inc, Coronavirus


Apple Warns That Coronavirus Will Hurt Revenue

Supply is a problem, as factories slowly reopen in China, and demand is down, too, with many stores there still closed.
Tags: Apple, News, China, Smartphones, Epidemics, Apple Inc, Computers and the Internet, International Trade and World Market, Factories and Manufacturing, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Slowed by the Coronavirus, China Inc. Struggles to Reopen

Some factories are firing up again, but with many workers quarantined and parts in short supply, production is limited.
Tags: News, China, General Motors, Production, Automobiles, Apple Inc, Shortages, Caterpillar Inc, Volkswagen AG, Toyota Motor Corp, Hyundai Motor Co, Honda Motor Co Ltd, Economic Conditions and Trends, Foxconn Technology, International Trade and World Market, Airbus Industrie


Silicon Valley Heads to Europe, Nervous About New Rules

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Sundar Pichai have journeyed to Brussels as the European Union drafts regulation for A.I. and the digital economy.
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, News, Research, European Union, Artificial Intelligence, European Commission, Brussels, Sundar Pichai, Apple Inc, Vestager, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Margrethe


Apple to reopen a store in Shanghai on Feb. 15

Apple Inc said on Friday it would reopen one of the seven retail stores it has in Shanghai from Feb. 15 with reduced working hours, a day after the iPhone maker said a few retail stores in Beijing would start functioning from Feb. 14.
Tags: Apple, Money, Beijing, businessNews, Shanghai, Apple Inc


Tech titans' market heft could signal broader stocks worry

Outsized stock price gains for Apple Inc and Microsoft Corp mean the two tech titans' shares have attained unusual status: a combined weight of 10% of the benchmark S&P 500 index.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp


Samsung unveils foldable Galaxy Z phone, Galaxy S with 5G

Samsung Electronics on Tuesday unveiled a foldable smartphone shaped like a large makeup compact, its second try at a novel technology that the South Korean cell phone maker hopes will set it apart from rivals Apple Inc and Huawei.
Tags: Money, Samsung, businessNews, Samsung Electronics, Apple Inc


She Wants to Break Up Big Everything

Trustbusting advocates like Sarah Miller, who target corporate power, have finally found themselves at the center of the political conversation.
Tags: News, Mergers, Sarah, Apple Inc, Miller, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Economic Conditions and Trends, United States Politics and Government, Amazon.com Inc, Antitrust Laws and Competition Issues, Sarah Miller, Open Markets Institute


U.S. appeals court denies Apple bid for rehearing in VirnetX patent case

A U.S. appeals court on Monday denied a request by Apple Inc that it reconsider a decision upholding a finding Apple iPhones infringed VirnetX Holding Corp patents relating to secure communications technology.
Tags: Apple, Money, businessNews, Apple Inc, VirnetX Holding Corp