Judging by her performance at the luxury fashion retailer, Angela Ahrendts is worth the fortune that Apple is probably paying her.
2 of the 3 biggest players in the hyper-competitive wireless industry face significant headwinds.
Hurricane Sandy took out power supplies, servers, access and even the East Coast's online snark.
The movie streaming company said CEO Reed Hastings will receive fewer stock options in 2012. Regulators approve AT&T's plan to buy wireless spectrum from Qualcomm.
Opposition from the Obama administration over competition and job losses proves too big to overcome. The companies say more capacity to handle growing mobile usage is needed. Sprint is a winner; shares jump.
The BlackBerry maker says that sales and profit will come in below the previous forecast for the quarter. With video on Research In Motion's earnings report.
Along with the rest of the consumer electronics industry, the company may be hit hard by the devastating earthquake.
The Dow ends with a 34-point gain. Crude oil tops $91. Gold and silver rise. Verizon will sell iPhones in February. Supervalu profit slumps on pressure from Wal-Mart and Target.
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Serious issues like drought and the deterioration of the developed world spell opportunity for this industry leader.
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