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09/18, 7:35pm

Fortune's annual list of Most Powerful Women in Business released, features IBM's Ginni Rometty, App

Fortune has released its 17th annual list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, with Apple's Angela Ahrendts making the top 30. The list, compiled by Fortune editors, produced the list with four criteria: the size and importance of the woman's business in the global economy, the health and direction of the business, the arc of their career, and social and cultural influence. Topping the list is Chairman, CEO and President of IBM Ginni Rometty, who in an interview with Fortune described IBM's recent partnership with Apple for developing services optimized for iOS and IBM support.

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Analysts expect quarterly iPhone shipments to top 55M, up 16%

01/20, 9:37am

Forecasts predict yet another strong quarter

Analysts have continued to refine their expectations for Apple's latest quarter, with forecasts for iPhone shipments averaging 55.3 million units, according to a Fortune roundup. If the predictions prove accurate, the company's smartphones will have achieved 16 percent growth from the same quarter last year.

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Apple in top ten of Fortune's 2012 fastest-growing companies

09/06, 8:30pm

Apple highest-positioned computer manufacturer

In Fortune magazine's annual list of the "100 Fastest Growing Companies," Apple has climbed 13 positions from its perch last year to the eighth position on 2012's list. The list is ranked by growth in revenue, profits, and stock price, and is a guide to "the most vibrant part of corporate America and beyond" according to Fortune.

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Apple jumps into the top 20 on Fortune 500

05/07, 6:15pm

iPad maker now number 17 despite huge sales

Fortune Magazine released its annual Fortune 500 list of America's largest corporations, and Apple has zoomed up the list to the number 17 slot. The new ranking is a sizable improvement over its 35th -place ranking last year, but the iPad maker still ranks second in technology, behind Hewlett-Packard.

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Good: iPad makes up 95% of work tablets, Android shrinking

07/21, 10:00am

Good says iPad gaining over Android in enterprise

A new study from Good Technology (PDF) has suggested that the iPad was not only the leading tablet in enterprise but that it was gaining over Android in the workplace. Apple's tablet made up over 95 percent of the activations on Good's service where Android dropped down to 3.1 percent. Good attributed it both to Apple's much more established deployments in business as well as a greater likelihood that anyone bringing a tablet of their own would choose an iPad.

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Time Inc. exec jumps ship for iPad magazine app Flipboard

06/03, 3:00pm

Covered digital world for 15 years

Veteran newsman Josh Quittner will be leaving the nation's largest publisher to join Internet startup Flipboard as its editorial director. Quitner has written extensively about the digital revolution during his fifteen years at Time, Inc., which included stints at Time magazine, the now-defunct new media magazine Business 2.0, and Fortune. Quittner is currently Time Inc.'s director of digital editorial development for the news, sports and business magazines. He had been involved in the negotiations to bring tablet editions of Time, Inc. publications to the iPad and Android platforms.

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Dell insists iPad can't succeed in enterprise

03/29, 9:00pm

Dell exec certain iPad will fail in enterprise

Dell's head of global enterprise marketing Andy Lark told CIO in an interview Tuesday that he was certain the iPad would be overtaken in the enterprise by Android and Windows. He saw the runaway sales as having created the market for tablets in the office but that a "diverse, open, connected" approach would ultimately win. Dell would succeed because it had a "very considered" approach that included more than one operating system and addressed the workplace, not just the home, like Apple.

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Microsoft rolling remote management for Android, iOS

03/23, 5:00pm

Microsoft SCCM will remote admin Android and iOS

Microsoft at its Management Summit on Wednesday surprised guests by revealing that the next version of System Center Configuration Manager would give remote control for rival mobile platforms. A beta and final versions will allow monitoring for Android, iOS, and Symbian in addition to Windows Phone 7. It justified the extra support as grappling with the "consumerization" of IT that let companies bring in devices their workers really wanted but while keeping them relatively secure.

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Apple hires Navy, NSA expert as global security lead

01/22, 5:05pm

Apple gets Navy guru David Rice as security head

Apple has quietly hired David Rice as its Global Director of Security, multiple insiders said on Saturday. The now former Monterey Group executive director built most of his experience as a cryptology officer in the US Navy and was also a Global Network Vulnerability analyst for the NSA. AllThingsD noted that he might be best known in public for Geekonomics, a 2007 book that argued computer security vulnerabilities represented genuine threats to US infrastructure and that companies should be liable for the damage done by unpatched exploits.

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Apple climbs 32 spots in Fortune ranks, makes top 100

04/20, 3:25pm

Apple makes Fortune 100

Apple has finally made it back onto Fortune's list of the 100 largest companies in the U.S., for the first time since Steve Jobs' return as CEO. The company for decades has remained in the top 500, although it fell from the top echelon in 1995. A 32-spot improvement brings the Mac-maker into the 71st position this year.

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Fortune: who is next Apple CEO, Jobs' successor?

06/24, 6:50pm

Fortune: Steve's successor

With concerns about Steve Jobs' health surfacing again after his gaunt appearance at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference earlier this month, Fortune has put together a list of 11 possible successors -- all of them from inside the company. While Apple has said Jobs made a complete recovery from a rare form of pancreatic cancer following surgery in 2004, it hasnít stopped widespread speculation in the media, and may be impacting Appleís stock price. So, itís not surprising that even the old media financial press is asking who could fill Jobs' shoes. At the top of Fortuneís list: Jobsí right-hand man Tim Cook, Apple's Chief Operating Officer.

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Apple's second campus not coming soon

04/02, 6:20pm

Apple campus

Apple has been planning a second business campus in Cupertino for some time now, but completion of the project may take a little longer than originally planned by CEO Steve Jobs. Two years ago, at a Cupertino City Council meeting, Jobs announced that Apple put together several pieces of land about a mile from its current campus and decided to break ground on the new location as a new separate but connected set of buildings. At the time, Jobs said "It'll take us, you know, three or four years to design it, get all the approvals and get it built." However, two years after the announcement, Apple has not applied for any permits to build on the land, according to Fortune.

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Mac OS market share hits record 7.3%

01/02, 12:45pm

Mac OS share hits 7.3%

Strong holiday sales of both MacBook and iPhones resulted in significant market share gains for Apple during the month of December, according to a Net Applications survey. Mac OS X rose to a record 7.3 percent share from 6.8 percent in November, while the company's iPhone garnered .12 percent share over the previous month's .09 percent. The survey suggests that more than one in 1,000 people on the internet are browsing the Web with an iPhone, according to Fortune.

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Apple tops Dell in growth on Black Friday

11/28, 5:45pm

Apple tops Dell in growth

Apple topped arch-rival Dell in growth on the busiest shopping day of the year -- Black Friday -- with a 111 percent increase in unique visitors over the prior year. That growth compares to a 29 percent increase for Dell, which brought the company 978,000 unique visitors on Black Friday and 1.26 million visitors on Cyber Monday. Of the estimated 32.5 million visitors logging onto virtual stores on Cyber Monday, most were purchasing items like Apple's iPod and Nintendo's Wii game console, according to Nielson Online as cited by Fortune. Apple received 643,000 unique visits from home users on Black Friday, followed by 1.35 million unique hits on Cyber Monday.

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Fortune: Jobs most powerful person in business

11/27, 4:55pm

Jobs most powerful person

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has officially taken the title of the most powerful person in business, ranking no. 1 on Fortune's Power 25 list ahead of Media colossus Rupert Murdoch. "During the first two decades of his remarkable 30-year career, the Apple Inc. founder twice altered the direction of the computer industry," says Fortune. "In 1977 the Apple II kicked off the PC era, and the graphical user interface launched by Macintosh in 1984 has been aped by every other computer since." The executive's iconic iPod became the 600-pound gorilla of the digital music player business, and Apple's unique retail stores recently helped the company to report yet another record quarter.

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