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  • Last Thursday morning, Apple became America's first $1 trillion company, after its stock price topped $206.40 for the first time. Even more impressive, perhaps, is the fact that the company has so far
  • Impressive results from Apple for the quarter to June were undercut by new figures from researcher IDC which show the brand slipped to 3rd place by volume among global smartphones in the latest quarter.
  • Apple "Memory" by Apple & TBWA\MAL >Mercedes-Benz "Never Stop Improving" by Antoni >BMW "Wonder Dad" by Wieden & Kennedy Shanghai >Taco Bell "Web of Fries II" by Deutsch Apple's marketing can
  • or Audi's "Clowns" or to any one of several Apple campaigns, as had been expected (though they all won metal awards), but to "Hope", an emotionally searing film from Spanish agency Sra Rushmore and prodco
  • and 14 years as VP, worldwide advertising at Apple. He is replaced by Gina Qiao, previously SVP marketing at Lenovo's mobile division. At the same time, Nick Reynolds, former CMO for Asia Pacific was
  • but Apple is closing fast with a 28% rise to just under $301bn. Amazon overtook Microsoft for the #3 spot, but both are still around $100bn behind the two leading brands by valuation, while Facebook was
  • established consumer banking business by teaming up with Apple for the launch of an Apple Pay credit card, expected to launch early next year. The new partnership will replace Apple's existing arrangement
  • Apple "Homework" by Apple & TBWA\MAL >Conservation International "Nature Signs" by MullenLowe SSP3 >Under Armour "Build The Belief" by Seven Bucks Creative >FFC "Lucky Day" by Humanseven How many
  • following a series of high profile marketing roles at Apple retail, Nike and Burberry. He is leaving Ford this week, with his duties reassigned to chief marketing officer Joy Falotico. Chipotle's new
  • In the news this past week: Media Apple added to its already expansive App Store offering with a deal to acquire Texture, a "virtual newsstand" that aims to be the Netflix of the ailing magazine industry.

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