An analyst raises his rating on the stock to 'buy,' saying the stock is cheap and that Oracle's recent moves to bolster its hardware business are about to bear fruit.
With Icahn revealing a stake in the company and complication the buyout, the question is how much the PC maker is worth.
The company hasn't been succeeding under the CEO who succeeded Steve Jobs.
Demand for network equipment is slowly improving, and the company's massive restructuring efforts continue to make it less reliant on low-margin hardware sales.
Nothing refreshes like a look at the charts.
Once considered the sturdiest and most reliable manufacturer in the PC industry, Apple has been attacked by cyber thieves.
Waiting for a dip amid this relentless merger wave is like waiting for the Pacific to run dry.
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