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Google Owner Alphabet Issues Record $10 Billion Bond At Lowest-Ever Price

The $1 billion five-year tranche was issued at a coupon of 0.45%, the lowest coupon seen at that maturity since Apple Inc issued a $1.5 billion five-year note at 0.45% in 2013.

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Apple Supplier LG Display Posts Widened Loss Amid Weak TV Demand

The South Korean panel maker said its loss for April-June widened to 517 billion won ($431.96 million) from a loss of 369 billion won in the same period a year earlier.

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Apple To Close 14 Stores In Florida As Virus Cases Rise, Total Re-Closures Reaches 32

Apple has 271 stores in the United States, all of which closed in March as the novel coronavirus spread.

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S&P 500 Closes Lower As COVID-19 Resurgence Casts A Shadow On Sentiment

The S&P 500 and the Dow are now at 8.5% and 12.5% shy of their respective all-time highs reached in February

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Apple Plans To Sell Macs With Its Own Chips From 2021

Apple's Mac computers generated $7.16 billion in revenue in the last reported quarter while Intel's PC unit that includes modem chip sales recorded $10 billion in sales in the last quarter.

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Germany At Odds With Apple On Smartphone Coronavirus Contact Tracing

Apple and Alphabet's Google have proposed tweaks that would best support device-based, decentralised apps.

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Apple Inc Supplier LG Display Posts Wider First-Quarter Loss On Demand Slump

LG Display's share price has fallen more than 33% this year to date, compared with a 12% fall in the benchmark index.

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SK Hynix Warns Of Volatile Chip Demand After First Quarter Profit Beats Forecast

SK Hynix reported an operating profit of 800 billion won ($649 million) in the January to March period

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Apple Expands Services Business To Markets In Africa And Beyond

Apple's biggest services revenue generator is the App Store, where it keeps a cut of between 15% and 30% of sales.

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Apple To Reopen Its Sole Branded Store In South Korea On April 18

South Korea has shown great progress during the spread of COVID-19 and we’re excited to announce the re-opening of Apple Garosugil

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Apple To Close Retail Stores Worldwide, Except Greater China, Until March 27

Apple reopened all 42 of its branded stores in China on Friday as the number of new cases fell in the country where the coronavirus outbreak originated.

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Apple Asks Silicon Valley Employees To Work From Home As Virus Spreads

Apple is also asking employees in the Seattle area to work from home. In California, its Santa Clara County retail stores remain open.

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Foxconn To Resume Normal Production In China End Of March

The flu-like virus, which originated in China late last year and can be transmitted from person to person, has spread to more than 60 countries.

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Apple Closely Watching Coronavirus Outbreak In South Korea, Italy - CEO

Apple counts major Korean display makers Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and LG Electronics Inc among its suppliers.

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Microsoft Shares Fall 4% After Warning Of Coronavirus Hit To Supply Chain

The drop in share price wiped off nearly $50 billion from the Microsoft's market value on a day when broader markets were down more than 2%.

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