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  • As had been widely expected, Apple reported the first decline in annual performance since 2001 as a result of the slowdown in sales of iPhone. Revenues for the year to September slipped almost 8% to $
  • Apple is said to have abandoned efforts to create its own self-driving car, following strategy disagreements and supply chain challenges. According to Bloomberg, the company has shifted its focus instead
  • Dell also powered up, hitting 15.8%. Apple and Asus rounded out the top five. Global shipments declined almost 4% year-on-year to just under 68m units, though that figure was better than had been expected.
  • even if it feels just a bit like an Apple commercial. See it on our Facebook page. We're trying very hard to suppress our natural "yeah, right" reflex for this new ad from WPP's Team Air unit for Emirates
  • Apple Music "James Corden" by Translation & Fulwell73 Kal Kan "18-Year-Old Grandpa" by BBDO Japan P&G Old Spice "The Road" by Wieden & Kennedy EasyJet "Why Not?" by VCCP James Corden's takeover
  • Advertisers Apple's annual September launch event is always hotly anticipated, never more so than now as the company fights to reignite slowing sales after a decade of spectacular growth. This week
  • European regulators got tough with Apple after almost two years of fruitless negotiations over alleged tax avoidance. This week the EU ordered Apple to pay a record-breaking sum of around €13bn - or
  • behind. Dell too enjoyed a lift. However, Apple slipped back into 5th place behind Asus. In the US market, HP and Dell retained their comfortable lead over the rest of market, with HP seizing back the
  • latest Brandz ranking from WPP's Millward Brown puts Apple back into second place, with Google regaining the top spot as the world's most valuable brand with a 32% surge in its valuation. Apple's value
  • whose backers include Apple, GM, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, and now Toyota. The next step will almost certainly see the merger of some or all of the challengers to form a stronger global rival to the ubiquitous

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