The apples are contaminated with the bacterium listeria, leading to at least 28 known illnesses by the CDC.
A video documentary about some Chinese factories that assemble Apple products has refueled public attention on labor issues, like excessive work hours.
Apple is no stranger to stock buybacks so its no surprise that the trend continued in the 2014 fiscal year. And how much stock did Apple buy back this year? According to a new report for FactSet, Apple spent over $56 billion buying back stock this ye...
A new report from ITG has revealed that Apple Pay was responsible for 1% of the total digital payment dollars spent in November. The study also found that 60% of new Apple Pay customers used the service multiple times throughout the month, while competing services like PayPal see only 20% of customers do the same. Additionally, […]
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The BBC’s Panorama recently aired its report into working conditions on the iPhone factory floor, and things don’t look good — and Apple CEO Tim Cook has allowed Senior Vice President of Operations, Jeff Williams, to internally comment on the matter for him. More »
A new research examining mobile payment trends since the October 20th launch of Apple Pay shows that Apple is gaining traction in the space. In the month of November, Apple Pay captured 1 percent of the digital payment dollars and among new users, Apple Pay was used regularly three times as much as rival service PayPal. Show More Summary
According to a new report from research firm ITG, Apple Pay's first full month of service accounted for one percent of all digital payment dollars, an impressive statistic that suggests Apple's payments solution is being used by general consumers.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is reporting that at least 28 people in 10 states have been infected with Listeria monocytogenes, a bug that causes flu-like symptoms and is particularly dangerous to children and the elderly. While...Show More Summary
Apple Pay is seeing impressive early adoption numbers according to a new ITG Investment Research Report on Mobile Payments (via MarketWatch), which suggests Apple's new payment service was responsible for a total of 1 percent of digital...Show More Summary
Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty today reiterated an Overweight rating on shares of Apple (AAPL), and a $126 price target, after concluding that demand for the recently refreshed iPhone line is tracking higher than she’d expected, amidst an overall expansion of the smartphone market globally. Huberty’s “tracker,” a method that relies on looking at Google’s (GOOGL) [...]
iPhone fans looking to score an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in time for Christmas will be happy to hear that Apple has yet again improved shipping times for iPhone orders placed on Apple.com. After improving shipping estimates twice in...Show More Summary
Apple was the subject of a recent investigative report by BBC’s Panorama program, which presented as part of its findings various instances where suppliers of the Mac maker violated Apple’s own stated standards for its partners. TheShow More Summary
A BBC documentary accuses Apple of breaking promises to improve working conditions at its suppliers, but Apple says it continues to make progress on a difficult issue.
Apple is a terrific company in many ways but it often does not handle criticism all that well. Although there have been times when Apple has shown a commendable willingness to own up to its mistakes — Tim Cook’s apology for the Apple...Show More Summary
On December 18 the BBC's Panorama aired a documentary called "Apple's Broken Promises" which questions if Apple is doing enough to protect the people who make their products. The already controversial film utilizes undercover reporters and hidden cam...
As Apple rolls out its new software update for iOS 8.2, their Health app is getting a bit of a revamp as well, but some critics are wondering if this new update will continue to exclude women’s health? One of the key updates for the app will be a fix for the problems they had Apple To Revamp Health App, Will Women Be Included This Time? is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Apple is not the only company that benefits from a system where cost-saving efficiencies come with a human toll. The post Apple Isn’t the Only One to Blame for Smartphone Supply Chain Abuses appeared first on WIRED.