Friday, August 5, 2011

Today's Headlines

Apple $16 Billion of Being World's Most Valuable Company
The New York Times
Helped by the sale of devices like the iPad, Apple is now only $16 billion shy of passing Exxon Mobil, the energy company, as the most valuable company in terms of market capitalization.

Competitors Chase iPad as Tablet Market Explodes
The tablet market is exploding — thanks largely to the runaway success of the iPad. And while there don’t seem to be any new winners beyond Apple’s first-to-market device, there are enough competitors (and losers) to force Wall Street to raise its tablet forecasts on their sheer number alone.

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