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If you want to sell Apple, go right ahead, Cramer says. He's staying put.
EC Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager is also investigating Amazon's tax treatment and has raised questions about Alphabet's settlement with the U.K. government
Apple shares dropped by less than 1% on Tuesday after European regulators ordered it to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes.
The indices didn't do much and there weren't many places to hide in individual stocks.
U.S. stocks extended losses Tuesday as Wall Street factored in a near-term rate increase and some investors predicted the Federal Reserve could boost rates as soon as September.
Jim Cramer says he wants to buy the Apple iPhone 7, which is expected to be announced at Apple's event on September 7.
Political pressure and a low standard Irish tax rate should limit the damage done by the EU's crackdown. U.S. taxes on offshore profits are a bigger problem.
U.S. stocks are lower Tuesday as Wall Street prices in an interest rate hike sooner rather than later.
Apple was ordered to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes dating back to 2003. Jim Cramer is sticking with the stock.
Apple (AAPL) and Samsung (SSNLF) are battling for smartphone market share, but the company offers the best security against cyberthreats may be the eventual winner.
Investors will soon look past the EU's ruling on Apple (AAPL) and focus instead on the iPhone 7 launch, Jim Cramer says.
Other U.S. multinationals could also face hefty back-tax bills.
The big decision by the European Commission to demand billions in back taxes from Apple appears to have been greeted by analysts with a collective shrug.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the European tax ruling against Apple.
Piper Jaffray research analyst Gene Munster commented on reports that Apple (AAPL) received illegal tax benefits from Ireland, and is now ordered to pay a $14.5 billion tax bill.
U.S. stocks are lower Tuesday as Wall Street seeks clues on the timing of the next interest rate increase.
The action in the indices is poor; I'll manage positions closely.
Apple was ordered to pay $14.5 billion in back-taxes dating back to 2003 following a two-year investigation by the EU.
While disappointed in the EC ruling, we see little likelihood of a meaningfully negative outcome long term.
Apple may have a little more time to book September sales of its latest iPhones than usual. And the phones may not be as dull as widely believed.
U.S. stocks traded slightly lower Tuesday following comments on interest rates from Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
Apple found itself in some hot water, after the European Union said the iPhone maker owed Ireland 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in back taxes.
U.S. stock futures are slightly lower Tuesday following comments on interest rates from Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
Brussels competition chief Vestager hints that other nations may look again at their tax arrangements with the tech giant.
Forming a negative thesis and then waiting for it to work will absolutely drive you nuts.
The European Union has ruled against Apple and its tax arrangement with Ireland.
Don't get me started on the idea that it has to be sold.