Between the Apple/Beats deal and Twitter's aggressive moves on music data, Pandora might as well not even exist.
With the Apple, Beats deal done, Cook will execute Apple's digital music strategy, getting it right where Jobs got it wrong.
With the focus of the Apple-Beats deal on music, Tim Cook has set out to fix a major Steve Jobs' mistake.
With online sales growing faster at WalMart than at Amazon, brick and mortar retail reinvents itself not by choice, but out of necessity.
Modern-day Apple has never claimed it invented anything other than better experiences. It's that approach that produces competition-crushing effects.
Until big-box retailers implement real, non-Amazon strategies, long-term investors should stay away from their stocks.
iPhone 6 will change the game. And Apple will own the 2014-15 holiday shopping season.
If the idea of making your iPhone even more useful comes to life, Android's really toast.
It would be a shame to see Twitter die, but if its CEO doesn't get smart he could kill it.
The competition can't touch Apple. Tim Cook knows this. So why take such a big risk on Beats Electronics?