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AAPL Stock Price - Apple Inc. Stock Quote (U.S.: Nasdaq) - MarketWatch

The company named two new vice chairmen at its annual meeting, while its chief said its reputation as buyer of choice for well-run companies would …

AAPL - Apple Inc Stock quote - CNNMoney.com

vs. Electronic Technology<p>News<p>Today’s Trading<p>Previous close<p>190.70<p>Today’s open<p>191.41<p>Day’s range<p>190.22 - 191.53<p>Volume<p>1,284,822<p>Average volume (3 months)<p>33,246,710<p>Market cap<p>$924.8B<p>Data as of 2:47pm ET, 06/14/2018<p>Growth & Valuation<p>Earnings growth (last year)<p>+10.83%<p>Earnings growth (this …

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Fortnite, the battle-for-survival video game from Cary-based Epic Games that the New York Times has branded a global phenomenon, is about to get even …

It's Time for an Upgrade: 18 Years Is Just Too Long

It is unquestionable that the widespread use of the Internet has benefited our economy, society and overall quality of life -- as resulted we are more connected than ever before. However while new technologies are created and brought to market every day, the laws governing our country's …

Regulation in a Digital Age

We need to move from regulations crafted in 1934 to ones crafted for 2034.<p>The old saying “Never a dull moment” certainly describes the evolution of …

Eighteen Years Is Enough For Federal Telecommunications Act

A child born the day President Clinton signed the Telecommunications Act is now old enough to vote, gamble, and join the military, yet the laws governing the flow of our nation’s information and technology have barely modernized over the last 18 years. The Telecom Act of 1996 was designed during …

Reps. Walden and Upton pushing for new Communications Act

Two prominent lawmakers want to create a new playbook for the media and telecommunications industries.<p>Rep.<p>Fred Upton(R-Mich.), chairman of theHouse Energy and Commerce Committee, and Rep.Greg Walden(R-Ore.), chairman of the Communications Subcommittee, said Tuesday that the Communications Act, last …