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The size of the retailer's store base continues to slowly melt.
The European Union does not have the authority to rule that Apple must pay $14.5 billion in back taxes to Ireland, says former IRS commissioner Mark Everson.
Winners and losers of the Apple tax fiasco.
The battle over Apple's tax break could succeed where other crises have failed and break the EU apart.
Each of these companies pays extremely safe dividends, yields over 2%, and doesn't appear to be extremely overvalued like many other dividend-paying stocks in the market today.
The semiconductor company's stock is pricey and it will go higher.
The European Union needs a political victory, so expect a fierce battle.
Ireland's cabinet might be granted an extension in deciding whether to back an appeal of the EU's ruling against Apple's (AAPL) taxes in the country.
Afternoon bounce follows a decline that seemed to come out of nowhere.
Cramer re-asserted his support for Apple and thinks Chipotle stock is ready for a comeback.
There are too many companies in just about every sector of this market, Cramer says.
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.