The 2 big trends that brought us here -- autos and housing -- are not going away so readily.
The recent European data suggest that the market might not have bottomed out yet.
Foxconn denies reports that the recent hiring freeze is linked to a slowdown in production for the iPhone 5.
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Before Steve Jobs passed away, he acknowledged that he would have liked Apple to take on Detroit with its own vehicle.
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Some people may dismiss alternatives to gas-powered vehicles, but they shouldn't pull the plug on this growing market.
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