“Stocks were lower across the board before the end of trading Monday, with the Nasdaq leading the decline, off 0.7%, compared to the Dow’s 0.2% slide and the S&P 500‘s 0.5% fall,” Teresa Rivas reports for Barron’s.

“Apple (AAPL) slipped below $600 for the first time since its earnings report; the New York Times profiled the methods it and other tech companies use to lower their tax bills,” Rivas reports. “Netflix (NFLX) was also falling as Apple is reported to be in talks with EPIX to stream its content on their digital devices.”

Read more in the full article here.

Related articles:
Apple in talks to stream EPIX movies for upcoming TV, say sources – April 27, 2012
Rush Limbaugh: New York Times targeting Apple; latest hit piece based on erroneous tax data – April 30, 2012
Does Apple know how to use its money better than the U.S. federal government? – April 30, 2012
Apple a bigger global power and more important than most nations – April 30, 2012
The New York Times blows it again: Incorrectly reports Apple’s tax rate – April 30, 2012
Apple to The New York Times: We are among the top payers of U.S. income tax – April 29, 2012
The New York Times: How Apple sidesteps billions in global taxes – April 28, 2012
The New York Times blows it, gets Apple CEO Tim Cook’s earnings spectacularly wrong – April 9, 2012
Rush Limbaugh: The New York Times has turned on Apple; they wouldn’t do this if Steve Jobs was alive – February 1, 2012
Apple CEO Tim Cook calls New York Times supplier report ‘patently false and offensive’ – January 27, 2012
Why did The New York Times revise their ‘iPad modest changes’ article and neglect to inform their readers? – March 8, 2012
The New York Times continues idiotic vendetta, claims Apple’s new iPad only offers ‘modest changes’ (UPDATED) – March 7, 2012