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2Q Outlook Spooks Investors  With an economic slowdown looming over technology stocks, investors flocked to Apple Inc. Apple doubling capacity of iPhone, iPod Update lets pull movies from iTunes Shareholders OK 'Say on Pay'  Shareholders want to have input in how much the company pays its executives, including CEO Jobs Apple short of target for rental movies Apple opens iPhone to developers  The iPhone entered the corporate market and Apple announced countless new downloadable programs for consumers come June Japan Investigates Possible Defect In iPod Apple Inc. opposes Big Apple's green logo Mac Sales Polish Apple  2nd-quarter profit jumped 36% on blistering sales of Macintosh computers and beat estimates, but its stock dipped on a profit forecast Apple has biggest tech industry cash pile  It historically has belonged to Microsoft. Apple's balance has been reaching $19.4 billion as a result of the cash generated by Mac and iPod Apple inks Latin American deal for iPhone  The top mobile phone operator in Latin America has inked a deal to bring the multimedia gadget to more than a dozen countries iPhone sold out online in US, UK  Apple Inc. online stores are sold out of the iPhone, a sign supplies are being winnowed ahead of the launch of the device's next generation Orange to help expand iPhones overseas Speedier, Cheaper iPhone  Apple the price of its best-selling iPhone in half, to $199, making the all-in-one smart phone, media player and Internet device more accessible iPhone users can escape AT&T's contract  The next generation of the phone will go on sale with an option to forgo the 2-year contract; buyers will have to pay an extra $400 for the ... 500 software programs for iPhone 3G  Video games, music programs and office applications flooded onto the Internet in anticipation of next generation iPhone Setup problems plague new iPhone  As the updated iPhone went on sale, Apple enthusiasts who waited hours in front of Apple Stores reported problems activating the phones Apple sells 1 million iPhones in first 3 days  Apple Inc. sold 1 million iPhones in the first three days its newest model was on the market 3Q Profit Jumps 31% but stock drops  Macintosh and iPod sales helped boost earnings, beating expectations, but Apple issued soft guidance for the current quarter 3-Alarm Fire Burns At Apple Campus Map of 20605 Valley Green Drive Cupertino   95014: Blaze burned for more than three hours at the headquarters of computer maker Apple Inc., causing $2 million in damage Ex-Apple attorney settles with SEC  Nancy Heinen, The former top attorney at Apple Inc. agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle federal regulators' charges iPhone Shortage Lingers  More than a month after the rollout of the 3G, Apple and AT&T are still scrambling to keep the hot gadget on store shelves   Apple Unveils New iPods
Apple introduces slim notebook

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  CEO Steve Jobs introduced the world's thinnest notebook computer MacBook Air that measures between 0.16 inch and 0.76 inch thick.    Jobs made a keynote speech opening the...

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  A taller, slinkier iPod Nano, a slimmer iPod Touch and new iTunes software that includes an artificial intelligence system
  Apple CEO Steve Jobs and other executives have agreed to settle a lawsuit that claimed the company was damaged by their role
Sep.29 Shares drop 18 percent
  Shares of Apple dropped nearly 18% following a pair of analyst reports that downgraded the stock and Wall Street fears about a defeated bailout
 The stock, which closed Friday at $128.24, fell in early trading to $105.77

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Oct.3   Stock dives on false report
  Apple Inc. had to reassure investors that Steve Jobs is alive and well. A report on iReport.com says Jobs had a ''major heart attack'

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Nov.5 Apple Boosted Payroll 48%
  Apple boosted the number of workers on its payroll by 48% in 2008, a period that saw robust iPod sales and the successful launch of a new iPhone

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Dec.16 Apple Pulls Out Of Macworld
  Apple is saying it no longer relies on trade shows to reach out to its customers. Jobs will not be delivering the keynote address at this year's show

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