Interim chief Ross Levinsohn looks like he may get the permanent title soon.
With every successful new product, the South Korean company encroaches on the iPhone maker's territory.
With net losses in 1Q and a bleak outlook, the handset maker needs all the financial support it can get.
The online retailer is reportedly developing a smartphone, and the Internet portal is down to 2 CEO candidates.
The tablet wars heat up as Google leaps into the hardware business with an impressive machine that costs just $200.
In the business world, this social network rules.
The product has few drawbacks, but Apple still has little to fear.
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