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Tag: President Trump

  1. U.S. Senate votes to overturn Internet privacy rules

    The Senate voted 50-48 Thursday to overturn the rules…

  2. Prosecutors extracting data from more than 100 locked phones seized during Inauguration Day arrests

    Prosecutors are extracting data from more than 100 locked cell phones seized during arrests…

  3. Will President Trump approve Apple’s big buyback?

    Today, the last bear on Wall Street threw in the towel and upgraded Apple’s stock…

  4. Trump administration bans iPads, laptops and other devices in cabin on flights from certain Middle Eastern airports; Britain follows suit

    The Trump administration on Tuesday imposed restrictions on carry-on electronic devices on planes…

  5. It’s Apple vs. President Trump in Taiwan, and Apple is winning so far

    Apple Inc. and U.S. President Donald Trump are going head-to-head for influence…

  6. Apple CEO Tim Cook defends globalization, walks tightrope on privacy in rare public speech in China

    Apple Inc.’s Chief Executive Tim Cook defended globalization in a rare public speech in China…

  7. Analyst: Apple could double dividend, buy Netflix with repatriated cash under President Trump’s U.S. corporate tax changes

    Apple could dramatically increase its dividend yield if it repatriates foreign profits under U.S. corporate tax changes being considered by the Trump administration…

  8. What President Trump could do to lift Apple shares to $175

    One reason why you may want to raise a Guinness to President No. 45…

  9. President Trump’s vision of massive U.S. Apple iPhone assembly hinges on robotics

    President Trump has visions of a massive Apple factory opening in the U.S. to churn out the latest iPhone…

  10. Apple among over 60 tech companies backing away from fight against President Trump’s revised executive order, ‘Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States’

    Apple Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc are among more than 60 technology companies that appear to have backed away

  11. Pegatron CEO: If President Trump institutes ‘Made in America’, we can build iPhones in U.S. – as long as Apple absorbs the costs

    Pegatron Corp., one of the two Taiwanese companies that assemble iPhones and iPads for Apple Inc…

  12. U.S. Consumer Comfort Index hits highest level in a decade

    Americans’ confidence continued to mount last week as the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index…

  13. FBI’s James Comey: ‘There is no such thing as absolute privacy in America’

    All of us have a reasonable expectation of privacy in our homes, in our cars, and in our devices. But…

  14. Samsung plans major U.S. expansion, would shift manufacturing from Mexico

    Samsung’s interest in a U.S. factory was influenced by the election of U.S. President Donald Trump…

  15. U.S. private sector job creation booms in President Trump’s first full month as employers add 298,000 jobs

    President Donald Trump’s first full month in office coincided with a breakneck pace of job growth…

  16. Sharp increases OLED-investment plan to $878 million as Apple’s next iPhone to feature OLED

    Sharp Corp. is looking to spend some ¥100 billion ($878 million) in an expanded plan to build organic light-emitting diode displays…

  17. Apple, other Silicon Valley firms imperiled by President Trump’s proposed import tariffs, Republicans’ border adjustment tax

    That shiny new iPhone may say ‘assembled in China’ on the back, but its origins are scattered around the world…

  18. Investors bet Trump-fueled tech rally is far from over

    Technology companies have been a driving force behind the U.S. stock market’s recent record rally…

  19. Apple’s dispute with Qualcomm could last two years

    We estimate the majority of risks associated with the Apple dispute have been priced into Qualcomm…

  20. Apple widens global patent war, files lawsuit against Qualcomm in the United Kingdom

    Apple Inc. sued Qualcomm Inc. in a U.K. court, adding to lawsuits across the globe…

  21. Apple among 53 corporations to support transgender student’s U.S. Supreme Court case over bathrooms

    Dozens of companies including Apple, Amazon, eBay, Intel, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo…

  22. Following President Trump’s address to Congress, Dow surges 300 points to blast past 21,000 for first time

    Wall Street is giving President Trump’s first speech to Congress a standing ovation…

  23. Under pressure from President Trump, Apple CEO stresses commitment to U.S.; says company spent $50 billion last year with U.S. suppliers

    Apple spent roughly $50 billion last year at U.S.-based suppliers, Chief Executive Tim Cook said..

  24. How to watch President Trump’s first address to a Joint Session of Congress online tonight

    U.S. President Donald J. Trump will be delivering his first address to a Joint Session of Congress tonight…

  25. Apple, other tech firms to support 17-year-old transgender student’s bathroom choice case

    A number of leading tech firms plan to file a brief in favor of transgender rights…

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