Apple Earnings on Deck

Schachter, Ken
January 2009
Red Herring;1/21/2009, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that the disclosures about the health of Apple Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steve Jobs are being assessed by the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) in the U.S. Federal regulators have been looking into Apple's disclosures after Apple announced that the iconic CEO would take a medical leave of absence until the end of June 2009. Tavis McCourt of Morgan, Keegan & Co. forecast that the company will have an earnings per share of $1.45 on revenue of $9.964 billion.


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