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Adjunct Professor of Finance
Apple’s latest quarterly results reveal the gathering threat that cheaper rivals pose to its products. But experts say that slowing growth is, in part, an unavoidable byproduct of Apple’s success.
With the shedding of GE Capital, the manufacturing giant is returning to its industrial roots.
Apple delivered a successful run of historic innovations and positive financial statements under storied CEO Steve Jobs. But now the company -- and Jobs’s successor, Tim Cook -- must adjust[…]
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