JPMorgan has estimated that Apple could be on the hook for as much as $19 billion — or about 17 billion euros — the Financial Times reports. The commission is accusing Apple of striking a sweetheart tax
Tech News If the speculation holds true, the next iPhone may be too skinny for the traditional headphone jack. The potential change is something that has many people wondering how the absence of the 3.5
Mark Zuckerberg has led Facebook to become one of the most valuable and respected companies in the world. But despite all of his successes, he rarely talks about the challenges he's faced along the way.