Big Blue's shareholder-friendly dividend policy leaves Cupertino in the dust.
News & Analysis: Apple
The company might be well recovered from the coronavirus, but its consumers aren't rushing to buy phones.
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These staffers will serve customers online or over the phone.
Apple is carving out a new all-time high, and Disney is being forced to shut down its Hong Kong resort.
Working at home forced a slew of people to buy technology they needed, but didn't have.
Unlike in the first quarter, the industry is better equipped to meet that demand now.