Technology that worked well in one era is often considered a weakness in the next.
The iPhone maker is now the most valuable public company in history, breaking a record for market cap that the software giant set in 1999.
The company's shares are on a steep climb, making it the most valuable company ever, with a market value of more than $622 billion.
Cisco, Oracle and Microsoft are ready to adjust their corporate strategies to face the competition head on.
AstraZeneca is downgraded to 'underweight,' and Oracle is initiated with a 'buy.'
Beware promises of high yields and stick with some safer bets.
The social gaming company's 'Draw Something' and 'Poker' are coming to the Asha Touch.
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