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Trump Calls For Apple to Unlock iPhones of Florida Terrorist
President Donald Trump called for Apple Inc. to “step up to the plate” and suggested the company unlock iPhones used by the gunman behind the Dec. 6 terrorist attack on a Florida Navy base.
Elizabeth Warren Ramps Up Attacks on Apple Card Bias Claims
Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown want the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to examine allegations of bias against women who applied for an Apple Inc. credit card underwritten
Trump Trade War With China Will Hit Apple for Real This Weekend
The trade war between the U.S. and China will hit Apple Inc. this weekend, dragging the largest U.S. technology company into a fracas that threatens to raise prices on popular consumer gadgets and
FAA Bans Recalled MacBook Pros From Flights
U.S. airline safety regulators banned select MacBook Pro laptops on flights after Apple Inc. recently said that some units had batteries that posed a fire risk.
Apple Warns of iPhone Tariff Risks as China Supply Chain Exposed
Apple Inc. urged the Trump administration not to proceed with tariffs of as much as 25% on a new slate of products imported from China, saying it would reduce the company’s contribution to the U.S.
Trump’s Trustbusters Bring Microsoft Lessons to Big Tech Fight
DOJ’s Makan Delrahim and the FTC’s Joe Simons have agreed to divide Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple between them.
Apple’s China Trouble Makes Trump’s Trade War Harder to Defend
President Donald Trump’s administration argues that the long-term gain from a trade war with China justifies short-term pain for consumers and investors. That case may be harder to defend now that the
Brussels Edition: Apple Day
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Top House Republicans Question Apple, Alphabet on Privacy
Alphabet Inc. and Apple Inc. are facing questions about their privacy practices from four top Republican members of Congress as tech companies fail to assuage lawmakers’ concerns.
Facebook and Apple Disagree on How to Curb Fake News for U.S. Midterms
Apple News launched a human-curated elections section, sparking a debate about tech companies and automation.
Apple CEO Says He Told Trump Tariffs Are Wrong Approach to China
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said he criticized Donald Trump’s approach to trade with China in a recent White House meeting, while urging the president to address the legal status of
Apple CEO Lauds Gun-Control Activists; Jabs at Google, Facebook
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook waded into divisive political topics such as gun control and immigration during a commencement speech while continuing his criticisms of internet companies
Apple’s Tim Cook Meets With Trump in Oval Office
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook met with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office Wednesday amid a brewing trade war between the U.S. and China.
Tim Cook Is Among Guests at Trump’s First State Dinner
Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, leveraged buy-out billionaire Henry Kravis and Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman were among the guests Tuesday at the first state dinner of Donald Trump’s
Tax Law Quirk Could Help Apple and Microsoft Lower Their Bills
The Internal Revenue Service is providing some relief for companies facing looming tax bills after they stockpiled trillions of dollars offshore free of U.S. income tax.
Goldman Chosen to Help Manage Apple's Tax Billions for Ireland
Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Amundi SA and BlackRock Inc. were chosen to manage about 13 billion euros ($16 billion) in back taxes that Apple Inc. will pay to Ireland, bringing recovery of the cash a step
American Tech Giants Face New Tax Grab in Europe
The European Union’s executive arm has proposed an unusual new tax: a levy on the revenue (not the profit) of technology companies. Many EU countries say the tech industry isn’t paying its fair share
France to Take Legal Action Against U.S. Tech Giants
France is threatening to fine Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Apple Inc. for abusive commercial practices through their app stores, further complicating the relationship with the very companies the country
Bud Beer, Kisses, Apple Macs Caught Up in Aluminum Tariff Plan
President Donald Trump says his proposed aluminum and steel tariffs are about putting America first, but they may affect all kinds of products people in the U.S. consume or use daily -- from Bud Light
Amazon, Apple Struggle to Sit Out NRA Gun-Control Debate
Gun-control activists are demanding that Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos do something he has carefully avoided: pick a side in a hot-button political debate.