Apple Shares Bounce Back
Apple says that things will run smoothly under new CEO Tim Cook. And after some reflection, Wall Street might agree. Apple shares are trading around $370, a little less than two percent below yesterday’s close — which was a few hours before Apple announced that Steve Jobs was giving up the top job at the company he co-founded. Which means they’ve actually improved since last night, when shares had dropped more than five percent in after-market trading.
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