Despite Apple’s Modest Earnings Guidance, the Street Expects Big Things

What should we look for when Apple reports after market close today?
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Apple Doesn’t Need a $200 iPad Mini

When has Apple ever played at the bottom of the pricing barrel?
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Look for a Fall iPhone Blowout

With the unveiling of the next-generation iPhone scheduled for the week of Sept. 9, Wall Street analysts are beginning to hazard guesses as to how many of them Apple might conceivably sell.
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With HP Shares Falling, Views of Director Whitworth Take on Importance

As HP shares have set seven-year lows, its newest director, the activist investor Ralph Whitworth, who has a history of pushing for corporate breakups, has doubled his holdings.
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Finally! Things Are Looking Up for IT Spending, Survey Finds.

A survey of 100 CIOs at large companies finds that their sentiment is moving in a distinctly optimistic direction, which is good news overall. But not for everyone.
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Hot Air Rises: Lightest MacBook Could Bring In $7 Billion Next Year

Apple’s $7 billion baby …
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Fire Will Kindle Interest in iPad

Could the Fire expand the iPad’s addressable market?
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Kindle Fire, the Netbook of the Tablet Market?

Harsh analogy.

Ratchet Up Those iPhone Sales Estimates

One million first-day iPhone 4S preorders was just the beginning.
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iPhone 4S: It’s the Software, Stupid.

Though it might seem more incremental upgrade than new iPhone, Wall Street analysts say Apple’s iPhone 4S isn’t nearly the disappointment that some claim.
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J.P. Morgan on Kindle Fire: Meh.

No iPad 3 Until 2012

Apple Shares Down, but for How Long?