German-Listed Apple Shares Now Down 8%
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Last EUR 239.5 down -20.7 (-7.96%)
And it was just yesterday that we ridiculed the Goldman brain trust for pushing everyone into the world's biggst hedge fund hotel, Apple, which is held by over 190 hedge funds. Don't look now but Nasdaq futures are about to get reacquainted with gravity.
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Apple grants Jobs medical leave
By Alan Rappeport in New York
Published: January 17 2011 14:13 | Last updated: January 17 2011 14:13
Steve Jobs, Apple’s chief executive, told employees on Monday that the company has granted him a medical leave of absence but said that he would continue as chief executive and remain involved in major strategic decisions.
“At my request, the board of directors has granted me a medical leave of absence so I can focus on my health,” Mr Jobs said.
Tim Cook, chief operating officer, will be responsible for all of Apple’s day to day operations during Mr Jobs’ absence.
In 2009, Mr Jobs left the company for six months to undergo a liver transplant. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004.
“I love Apple so much and hope to be back as soon as I can,” Mr Jobs said in the statement released on Monday morning in the US, the Martin Luther King public holiday.
“In the meantime, my family and I would deeply appreciate respect for our privacy.”
4. After Goldman admitted they cheated with hiding 5 bil which should be a case for a felony and federal prosecution
the SEC even applauded for their effort to be honest now - that must be a freaking joke after Obama said lets get civilized.
At the same time the bashing of Swiss banks comes to the next round as their seems to be a serious interest in destroying the swiss banking market.