Fortune's list of the world's most admired companies is somewhat predictable. Apple, first, Google, second and Amazon third. In various categories some permutation of that order rules the day.
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Filed under: Investing The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion, in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Ron Gross, Jason Moser, and Charly Travers discuss the most influential investing stories of the week. Google is hitting all-time highs. Apple is hitting 52-week lows. Apple is facing challenges from Samsung on the smartphone front....
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In the world of internet technology a company can go from zero to hero in a very short timeSome years ago, when the Google Books project, which aims to digitise all of the world's printed books, was getting under way, the two co-founders of Google were having a meeting with the librarian of one of the universities that had signed up for the plan. At one point in the...
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Google CEO Larry Page spoke about peace in the industry during the Google I/O 2013 keynote, but that doesn’t mean Google has plans to slow its various attacks on rivals’ turf. Forbes contributor Peter Cohan laid out the five areas where Google is launching its “assault” on chief competitor Apple, and he discussed exactly how Google is hurting the world’s most valuable...
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College graduates would love to land a job at Google, Apple or one of the many startups in Silicon Valley. But according to a survey from Universum Global, there are quite a few students who would prefer the rainy days in Washington over working in the golden state. The American Student Survey asked students from five different fields of study - business, engineering, IT,...
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Google (GOOG) and Apple (AAPL) have become polar opposites as of late, as Google's share price hits $800 for the first time, and Apple's freefall continues.
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Google and Apple are both highly esteemed brands. Both companies share many common traits which have contributed to their success, but there is one very big difference between the two – Google plays offense while Apple has recently settled for playing defense. Apple is struggling to maintain its position in the market, while Google is expanding its position.
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The Apps market is the unsung hero of Apple and Google's platform and ecosystem businesses. Apple brings in at least $20 billion in revenue from its App Store and iTunes, and the figure is likely to be closer to $23 billion.
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April 29 - Google enters Apple's turf with its voice app, plus Amazon's latest headache in Europe and more.
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- It continues to be a tale of three different profiles for Apple , Amazon.com and Google . On Feb, 5, I wrote Bobbing for Apple, Amazon and Google Shares and presented my three-pronged analysis for these three benchmark investments and trading vehicles. The first prong of an analysis is the fundamental screenings according to www.ValuEngine.com. The...
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