In a follow up to The Wall Street Journal article – The Microsofting of Apple? – by Holman Jennings Jr., CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo discusses the article’s premise (whether Apple is becoming the next Microsoft in terms of overall strategy) with Broadpoint Amtech analyst Brian Marshall and CNBC’s Jim Goldman. Watch below as Holman Jennings Jr’s [...]
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Update – January 25, 2010: Good lord! As predicted in my Dec 30, 2009 post (read below), in concert with Q1 2010 earnings (released today), Apple has transitioned from subscription accounting to a newly authorized and far more accurate GAAP method. Now, today, CNBC host Larry Kudlow is on the air shouting about Apple playing [...]
Update: (Fake) Steve Jobs has now jumped on the Erin Burnett Apple hatefest story December 15, 2009: CNBC’s designated Apple (AAPL) masher, Erin Burnett, is at it again. The snide business show anchor loves to hate Apple and she took another shot at iPhone during today’s broadcast. Burnett dredges up an old (August 2008) Nielsen [...]
To add icing on yesterday’s stellar earnings report, this morning Apple unveiled their Mac line refresh. The new upgrades include new all-wireless iMacs, a souped-up Mac mini with a server option, and a multi-touch Bluetooth Magic Mouse. The pick of the pack is Apple’s stunning new 27″ inch iMac. It’s a head turner and should [...]
Posted in iPhone on Apr 23rd, 2009
The CNBC Fast Money gang are in lock step on Apple. The attention span challenged traders have been sticking to their “buy and hold is dead” mantra and are recommending a sell on Apple (AAPL). What’s their rationale? Paraphrasing from panelists’ comments during the last two shows: “Apple has run up too far, too fast” [...]