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01.28.16
Apple planned ahead for the inevitable hardware slump
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Apple planned ahead for the inevitable hardware slump

The App Store, iTunes and Apple Pay will help soften the blow when iPhone sales begin to fall.

By N. Ingraham,   01.28.16
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12.30.15
Apple fined $347 million for Italian tax... irregularities
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Apple fined $347 million for Italian tax... irregularities

The company made huge profits, but apparently only paid $33 million in tax between 2008 and 2013.

By D. Cooper,   12.30.15
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12.21.15
Arkansas senator blasts Tim Cook over iPhone encryption
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Arkansas senator blasts Tim Cook over iPhone encryption

Because crimes don't hurt people, encryption does.

By R. Baldwin,   12.21.15
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12.20.15
Watch Apple show off its design studio and spaceship campus (update)
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Watch Apple show off its design studio and spaceship campus (update)

'60 Minutes' has an inside look at Apple, including its design work, its future stores and hot-button political issues.

By J. Fingas,   12.20.15
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11.13.15
Tim Cook says Apple will learn from discrimination seen in Australia store
11.13.15

Tim Cook says Apple will learn from discrimination seen in Australia store

In a letter to Apple employees, Cook says, "None of us are happy with the way this was handled."

By J. Conditt,   11.13.15
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11.11.15
Apple's Tim Cook calls Microsoft's Surface Book 'diluted' (updated)
11.11.15

Apple's Tim Cook calls Microsoft's Surface Book 'diluted' (updated)

Tim Cook is not a fan of hybrid notebooks.

By D. Hardawar,   11.11.15
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11.10.15
Tim Cook warns UK government against weakening encryption
11.10.15

Tim Cook warns UK government against weakening encryption

"If you halt or weaken encryption, the people that you hurt are not the folks that want to do bad things. It's the good people. The other people know where to go."

By N. Summers,   11.10.15
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10.27.15
The iPhone helped Apple to another quarter of record-breaking sales
10.27.15

The iPhone helped Apple to another quarter of record-breaking sales

48 million iPhones sold, but the iPad continues to struggle.

By N. Ingraham,   10.27.15
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