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Industry CategoryComputer Hardware
Industry GroupComputer & Office Equipment


Phone(408) 996-1010
CEOTimothy D. Cook

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Standardized Financials


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Income Statement
Revenue$381.62 billion
Pre-Tax Income$118.11 billion
Net Income$100.39 billion
Net Income to Common$100.39 billion
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Balance Sheet
Cash$32.70 billion
Assets$337.41 billion
Liabilities$263.22 billion
Common Equity$74.19 billion
Liabilities & Equity$337.41 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
NOPAT$100.50 billion
EBITDA$129.50 billion
Price to Earnings$34.66
Price to Book$46.90
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Latest News


Intrinio provides up-to-date news articles on every US company from various sources. Here are several examples:

Apple (AAPL) Stock Drops Despite Market Gains: Important Facts to Note

Apple (AAPL) closed at $223.96 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.16% move from the prior day.

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Wall Street bullish on Nvidia, Apple: Price targets raised

Nvidia (NVDA) shares are rallying in Monday's trading session following a price target upgrade from Piper Sandler. The investment firm raised its target for the chipmaker to $140 from $120, maintaining an Overweight rating and citing "extremely strong" demand for the company's products. Similarly, Apple (AAPL) received a boost from Wells Fargo analysts, who raised the tech giant's price target to $275 from $225. The bank highlighted the potential of Apple's artificial intelligence initiatives to drive sales and trigger an upgrade cycle among consumers. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Angel Smith

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Why Berkshire Hathaway Is Likely to Continue to Sell Its Apple Stake

Covering multiple factors Buffett may consider in potential further reductions

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Microsoft blames EU rules for allowing world’s biggest IT outage to happen

Microsoft has blamed EU rules for enabling a faulty security update to cause the world’s biggest IT outage.

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How Much Apple Stock Does Billionaire Warren Buffett Own?

Apple accounts for a disproportionately large share of the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.

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