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Industry CategoryElectronics
Industry GroupDiversified Electronics


Phone(408) 996-1010
CEOTimothy D. Cook

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Standardized Financials


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Below is a preview of several data points from each financial statement, as well as a sample of our many calculated metrics:

Income Statement
Revenue$387.54 billion
Pre-Tax Income$117.69 billion
Net Income$99.63 billion
Net Income to Common$99.63 billion
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Balance Sheet
Cash$27.50 billion
Assets$336.31 billion
Liabilities$278.20 billion
Common Equity$58.11 billion
Liabilities & Equity$336.31 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
NOPAT$100.17 billion
EBITDA$128.92 billion
Price to Earnings$24.61
Price to Book$42.20
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Latest News


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

Dow Jones Futures: Bear Market Eyes New Leg Down; Apple, Eli Lilly Show Relative Strength

The bear market is poised for a new leg down as selling intensifies. Apple, Eli Lilly are stocks showing relative strength.

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Rihanna to Headline the NFL’s Super Bowl Halftime Show

The pop star will take the stage on Feb. 12, 2023, in Glendale, Ariz., for the live extravaganza, which is typically one of the most-watched parts of the annual NFL championship game.

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Why Is Everyone Talking About Apple?

As the highest-valued company in the world with a market cap of $2.5 trillion, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) regularly makes headlines. The launch has had highs and lows, with the costlier models seemingly outselling the base versions for the first time in years. Regardless of what might play out with Apple's latest iPhones, the company has consistently proven its resiliency in the market -- and that the MacBook manufacturer is an asset to any portfolio looking for long-term gains.

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Better Software Stock: Adobe vs. Unity

Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) and Unity (NYSE: U) might initially seem like two very different types of software companies. Adobe develops a wide range of cloud-based design, document, and enterprise software, while Unity mainly provides development and monetization tools for game developers. Adobe's stock has plunged nearly 60%, while Unity's stock has fallen over 80%.

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With Apple Threatening, Is It Time to Sell Garmin?

Garmin (NYSE: GRMN) stock has had a rough 2022 already, and shares caught additional pressure recently thanks to news out of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). The consumer tech giant already competes against some of Garmin's popular smartwatch devices, but that competition is hitting a new level. Apple announced a new addition to its smartwatch lineup that's aimed at sports enthusiasts and includes many of the navigation features that have been a staple of Garmin products, like its tactix adventure watch.

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