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50 Worst S&P 500 Stocks Of 3Q

The third quarter saw fairly broad-based gains as the S&P 500 (SPY) rallied 8.9%. Gainers outpaced losers 72%-28%. On the quarter, only 52 companies lost more than 10% on the quarter while nearly two-fifths of the index generated double-digits quarterly gains. In the table below, I have listed the 50...

Ploutos on Seeking Alpha | October 2, 2020

Nvidia: It's Time To Grow Up

Nvidia (NVDA) is by far my favorite technology growth company. Its CEO, Jensen Huang, is one of the most technically astute and farsighted corporate leaders today. Nvidia's problems are mostly of its own making and related to the fact that in many ways Nvidia is still being run like the...

Mark Hibben on Seeking Alpha | October 2, 2020

Apple's Lost Decade Ahead

Investing is a long game, but one that can provide lots of shorter-term distractions. Everybody "knows" the secret is to buy low and sell high, and yet price changes behavior more than any other fundamental change. When the time comes to buy, you never want to. When the time comes...

Trapping Value on Seeking Alpha | October 2, 2020

Tracking coronavirus: Are Apple and Google contract tracing apps available in your state?

The apps are built into Apple iOS and Google's Android operating systems and need to be turned on to work in Settings. Here's how they work.

USA Today | October 2, 2020

Greg Joswiak Added to Apple's Exec Site as Phil Schiller Transitions to 'Apple Fellow'

Apple today updated its leadership page to add Greg Joswiak, who is taking over for Phil Schiller as Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing. ‌Phil Schiller‌'s position on the page has also been moved to reflect his new role as "Apple Fellow." Apple in August announced that ‌Phil Schiller‌ would be transitioning out of his role as Apple's marketing chief, with Greg Joswiak planning to take on the position instead. At the time, Apple gave no timeline for the leadership shift, but it appears to have taken place recently. As an "Apple Fellow," Schiller will continue to lead the App Store and Apple Events, but he will no longer be in charge of Apple's marketing decisions. According to Schiller, he decided to step down from his marketing role in order to "make some time" for fam...

Mac Rumors | October 2, 2020

Apple Stock This Week: One Step Forward, One Step Back

Apple has been exchanging punches with the market, and it is unclear if the stock will find its way north soon. Here is a look at how shares have performed recently.

The Street | October 2, 2020

Apple Breakfast: iPhone 12 prices leak

We review the new iPad, Apple announces a drastic solution for Apple Watch problems and Epic Games takes an epic beating: all the Apple news you missed this week, in a handy bite-sized roundup

Macworld UK | October 2, 2020

How to run iPad apps on the new, upcoming Mac computers or using an emulator app

Summary List Placement If you want to run apps from your iPad on a Mac , the traditional answer is that you can't – at least not ordinarily. There is an exception — you can use an iPadOS emulator on your Mac. Read more about that below. But at this time, iPad apps are fundamentally incompatible with the architecture and operating system on a Mac computer. That is changing, though. You'll be able to run iPad apps on some Macs soon At the beginning of 2020, Apple announced that it would soon start to produce Mac computers with its own Apple-designed chipsets, abandoning the Intel chips it has used for many years. When it does this, the new Macs — which will share a similar architecture to iPadOS devices — will be able to run iPad apps. Apple has made its own ARM-based chips for iOS and iP...

Business Insider | October 2, 2020

US government appeals judge's ruling to block WeChat app store ban

The U.S. Justice Department on Friday said it was appealing a judge's decision to block the government from barring Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google from offering Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for download in U.S. app stores.

Channel NewsAsia | October 2, 2020

5G arrival tees up patent fights in a market set to grow 12,000%

Automakers are now in court fighting some of the same companies that phonemakers such as Apple had to pay billions of dollars for use of their wireless standards technology

Business Standard | October 2, 2020

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