Apple

Hedge Funds Waiting With Bated Breath For iWatch

Until it comes out, they’ll just have to settle for the 30% that Apple shares have appreciated since they started hording (and stopped selling) them. Read more »

School is in session. Read more »

It certainly isn’t Carl Icahn. But Noster Capital’s Pedro de Noronha thinks Uncle Carl is in danger of losing a great deal of money some time before his 82nd birthday. Read more »

Carl Icahn was hardened on the school playgrounds of Queens in the 1940s. He knows how to play the game. So what if everyone hates his non-binding Apple buyback proposal, which had absolutely zero chance of succeeding? He doesn’t need it anymore; Apple has already given him an early birthday present. Read more »

Just wanted to make sure that was clear. Read more »


Apple’s decision to remove a program used to send and receive Bitcoins from its App Store prompted Barry Silbert to end a love affair with his iPhone. “I’m switching,” Silbert, chief executive officer of New York-based SecondMarket Inc., said in an e-mail after Apple this week removed his Bitcoin application of choice, Blockchain.info. “Shopping for a new phone this weekend.” From Wall Street to Silicon Valley, technology enthusiasts who used to see the Cupertino, California-based company as a kindred spirit are voicing their frustration over its policies. Apple requires apps to be legal everywhere they’re offered, and some governments including China and India have questioned Bitcoin’s legal status. [Bloomberg]

  • 13 Dec 2013 at 5:26 PM

CalPERS Not Interested In Carl Icahn’s Dinner Plans

The giant pension fund’s corporate governance honcho, Anne Simpson doesn’t like Carl Icahn’s jerk-off plans. She doesn’t like his jerk-off Twitter account. And she doesn’t like him, jerk off. Uncle Carl had better keep his goldbrickin’ ass out of her beach community state. Read more »