It's been nearly six months since Bloomberg News, which had been leading the pack investigating the vagaries of Steve Jobs' health problems, reported that Apple (AAPL) was facing a "review" by Securities and Exchange Commission.
On Wednesday, team Bloomberg revisited the story and reported that Apple's disclosures about Jobs' health "remain under scrutiny" by the SEC.
But the 1,039 word piece, reported by Connie Guglielmo, David Scheer and Karen Gullo, offers no MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jul 8, 2009 8:01 AM ET
The report Wednesday that the Securities and Exchange Commission is looking closely at Apple's disclosures about the state of Steve Jobs' health (link) follows speculation last week that stockholders are also likely to file lawsuits against the company.
The issue, of course, is whether Apple (AAPL) and Jobs misled investors by issuing first good news ("hormone imbalance") that drove the stock up, followed by bad news ("medical leave") that drove it MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jan 21, 2009 11:16 AM ET
Of all the reporters who have tried to slog their way through Apple's 100-page Form 10-K for fiscal year 2008, nobody has done a better job digging out nuggets of news than AppleInsider's Prince McLean. (We got bogged down in the page-turning boilerplate of the Risk Factors section.)
What did Mr. McLean discover? Here are his highlights:
A shift in business strategy. From "digital lifestyle" products to "high-end hardware solutions" for "enterprise, MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 6, 2008 7:47 AM ET
Apple on Wednesday filed its Form 10-K for fiscal year 2008, as required by the SEC.
And as is customary, the report includes a long section on "Risk Factors," in which it rattles off everything that could possibly go wrong with the company.
These things always make for unsettling reading, but this year's list of risks is longer than last years's and, given the economic climate, seems even scarier. Among the topics:
The MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 5, 2008 1:44 PM ET
Should investors take comfort in the news that the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating "Johntw," the as-yet unidentified rumor mongerer who briefly drove Apple (AAPL) down nearly 10% Friday before Apple PR finally broke its silence and let it be known that Steve Jobs had not, in fact, suffered a heart attack? (link)
As anybody who follows the company knows, rumors about Apple -- negative and positive -- are MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Oct 4, 2008 9:17 AM ET
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