Apple Inc. (AAPL)

$ 127.35
1.24 (+0.98%)
Strong Buy
Symbol AAPL
Price $ 127.35
Beta 1.204
Volume Avg. 88.99M
Market Cap 2,125.17B
Shares () -
52 Week Range 83.145-145.09
1y Target Est -
DCF Unlevered -
DCF Levered -
ROE 111.80% Strong Buy
ROA 22.63% Buy
Operating Margin -
Debt / Equity 387.38% Strong Buy
P/E 28.62 Strong Buy
P/B 30.84 Strong Buy
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Apple hires former BMW executive as car project seemingly moves ahead

Apple hires former BMW executive as car project seemingly moves ahead

Apple has brought on a 30-year veteran of BMW as it appears to move forward with its long-rumored car project. ...

CNN Business
Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google targeted with raft of antitrust bills

Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google targeted with raft of antitrust bills

The proposals, from a bipartisan group in the US House, target Big Tech's might with a wide-ranging antitrust agenda. ...

CNET
Apple tightens legal request rules after Justice Department targets lawmakers

Apple tightens legal request rules after Justice Department targets lawmakers

Apple Inc on Friday said it has tightened some of its rules for legal requests after the U.S. Department of Justice subpoenaed it for information on Democratic lawmakers. ...

Reuters
Bipartisan lawmakers introduce 5 bills directed at Big Tech

Bipartisan lawmakers introduce 5 bills directed at Big Tech

# Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley reports on new proposed legislation directed at Big Tech that is being introduced by bipartisan lawmakers. ...

Yahoo Finance
Big Technology newsletter founder Alex Kantrowitz on tech antitrust bills

Big Technology newsletter founder Alex Kantrowitz on tech antitrust bills

Alex Kantrowitz, founder of the Big Technology newsletter, joins ‘Closing Bell' to discuss new bipartisan antitrust bills aimed at reigning in Big Tech, adding that they would be 'the end of Big Tech as we know it.' ...

CNBC Television
Congress looks to break up Big Tech with bold new antitrust bills

Congress looks to break up Big Tech with bold new antitrust bills

Tech giants got targeted with a bold set of antitrust legislation from a bipartisan group of Congressional lawmakers — and the proposed laws could force them to overhaul or even break up their businesses. The package of five antitrust bills introduce... ...

New York Post
House lawmakers introduce Big Tech bills that could break up Amazon, Google and others

House lawmakers introduce Big Tech bills that could break up Amazon, Google and others

Tech giants including Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google could be forced to make sweeping changes to their businesses under a series of new bills introduced Friday by House lawmakers targeting the companies' economic dominance. ...

CNN Business
What Did the Stock Market Do Today? 3 Big Stories to Catch Up On.

What Did the Stock Market Do Today? 3 Big Stories to Catch Up On.

So what did the stock market do today? All eyes were on FANG stocks, cryptocurrencies and the future of meme stocks. ...

InvestorPlace
House Lawmakers Slam Big Tech From All Sides With Five Bills; Say Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google “Prioritize Power Over Innovation”

House Lawmakers Slam Big Tech From All Sides With Five Bills; Say Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google “P...

House lawmakers today announced sweeping bipartisan legislation aimed at big tech that if passed, they said, would “expand opportunities for consumers, workers, and small business owners.” Sentiment against the massive sway of these companies, among ...

Deadline
Congress unveils bipartisan package of bills designed to rein in tech giants like Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple (GOOGL, AAPL, AMZN, FB)

Congress unveils bipartisan package of bills designed to rein in tech giants like Amazon, Google, Fa...

House lawmakers on Friday unveiled five bills designed to rein in big tech companies and loosen their stranglehold on digital industries. The new legislation is specifically aimed at Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook, which have all faced increased... ...

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About


Mr. Timothy Cook
Technology
Consumer Electronics
Nasdaq Global Select

Apple Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets smartphones, personal computers, tablets, wearables, and accessories worldwide. It also sells various related services. The company offers iPhone, a line of smartphones; Mac, a line of personal computers; iPad, a line of multi-purpose tablets; and wearables, home, and accessories comprising AirPods, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products, HomePod, iPod touch, and other Apple-branded and third-party accessories. It also provides AppleCare support services; cloud services store services; and operates various platforms, including the App Store, that allow customers to discover and download applications and digital content, such as books, music, video, games, and podcasts. In addition, the company offers various services, such as Apple Arcade, a game subscription service; Apple Music, which offers users a curated listening experience with on-demand radio stations; Apple News+, a subscription news and magazine service; Apple TV+, which offers exclusive original content; Apple Card, a co-branded credit card; and Apple Pay, a cashless payment service, as well as licenses its intellectual property. The company serves consumers, and small and mid-sized businesses; and the education, enterprise, and government markets. It sells and delivers third-party applications for its products through the App Store. The company also sells its products through its retail and online stores, and direct sales force; and third-party cellular network carriers, wholesalers, retailers, and resellers. Apple Inc. was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California.