Stocks slide on a disappointing nonfarm payrolls report.
The world's most valuable company may sell enough tablets to stretch from coast to coast 2.5 times. And that's just one of many staggering numbers.
Scott Forstall sells 95% of his shares in the computing giant even as analysts expect the stock price to rise.
The two former rivals are teaming up, and a sub-$200 tablet might just be on the horizon.
The soaring stock isn't as good a deal as it was, but it's good enough if you're not distracted by the GDP.
Stocks edge lower on US consumer data.
But the software maker's new investment in the Nook may help to move the bookseller off the critical list.
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