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Friday, December 2, 2016
Checked 8:20 PM; Last Updated 3:35 PM CST; 21:35 GMT
 

 

Apple/Macintosh
  • "Apple may be undergoing a huge corporate culture change because 'the hit-driven mindset is demoralizing internally'"  Business Insider 3:32 PM
  • "A Key Apple Health Technology Executive Has Left the Company: Yoky Matsuoka, who joined Apple Inc. in May as an executive to help run health technology initiatives, has left the iPhone maker, according to people familiar with the matter."  Bloomberg 1:30 PM
  • "Apple loses key health team executive after less than a year" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 3:30 PM
  • "Oppenheimer: 'Apple is about to embark on a decade-long malaise'" ["The note, by Andrew Uerkwitz and his team, is symptomatic of the new universe of negativity Apple now lives in, one that only began around a year ago. After the company reported its first decline in revenue since 2001 on its earnings call last month, an analyst asked Tim Cook the unthinkable question: Was the company now just a follower of other's innovations? (Cook was none too pleased with the question, or the implication.) None of this was lost on people watching Microsoft's recent product launch event. One theme people tweeted over and over again during the session: Microsoft is now more innovative than Apple."]  Business Insider 7:14 AM
  • "Apple lacks 'courage' and ' risks to the company have never been greater,' claims Oppenheimer: Apple doom-mongering has kicked up a few notches over the course of 2016." ZDNet 7:28 AM
  • "On analyst Andrew Uerkwitz's Apple FUD moment" Apple Must 8:07 AM
  • "Is Apple, Inc. Heading Towards a Lost Decade? Leading is overrated." The Motley Fool 1:31 PM
  • "Battery Woes Just The Latest iPhone Hardware Problem, But Is There Real Trouble At Apple?" ["So while it's fair to criticize Apple's slow response to some of these longstanding iPhone issues and reasonable to ask if the company can't do better given its assets and resources, it seems like a stretch to argue iPhone quality is in a meaningful downward trend."]  Forbes 7:28 AM
  • "Apple and Samsung's product shortages may test customer loyalty" CNBC Videos 11:40 AM