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Apple's New Devices Target Markets Led by Smaller Rivals

19 days ago   |   By NY Times

The company also said it planned to release iPhone software next week with a privacy feature that worries many digital-advertising companies.
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Apple event fails to save the company's stock from broader market sell-off

Apple event fails to save the company's stock from broader market sell-off

19 days ago   |   By Tech Crunch

Today's Apple event, chock-full of the company's products that will help decide whether the company meets, exceeds or undershoots Wall Street expectations for its future growth and performance, had little to no impact on its share price.
By now this is the theme: Apple announces a slew of new products, services, software or peripherals, and its share price does nothing. It's almost humorous; certainly Apple's shares can move in the wake of an earnings release, but a new product digest? Not so much.
Or at least not as long as TechCrunch has been paying attention. It's almost like Apple's...
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