Apple's stock is under pressure thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, but those losses may be better news for investors.
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Microsoft is the latest company to walk back its guidance thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, and Apple is reportedly losing some vice presidents.
While each of these stalwarts is suffering symptoms of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, the long-term future looks bright.
A premium product that opens the door to a sticky ecosystem is a special find for investors.
The Oracle of Omaha considers Apple to be Berkshire Hathaway's "third-largest business."
The companies are taking volunteers for a clinical trial to see if the wearable devices can identify a common stroke precursor.
Home Depot saw a surge in comparable sales, and an analyst expects lower earnings for Apple in the coming quarters.
The simultaneous upgrades to a rather mundane service suggest both have bigger plans in mind.
Investors are bracing for the negative impact of the coronavirus on the tech giant's business.
Investors were in panic mode as the coronavirus outbreak escalated.