Four of the five highest-paid employees at Standard & Poor’s 500 companies aren’t chief executive officers. They’re Apple Inc. senior lieutenants receiving compensation packages designed to keep management intact in an increasingly competitive industry.
Apple Inc. Senior Vice President Phil Schiller, seeking to steal thunder from his company’s main competitor in the smartphone market, touted the iPhone a day before Samsung Electronics Co. unveils its Galaxy S4.
Apple Inc. hired Adobe Systems Inc. Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch, adding a software executive who helped build some of the earliest Macintosh applications and later sparred publicly with the iPhone maker.
Samsung Electronics Co. will hold a very Apple-like event to unveil its latest smartphone in New York today. The Korean company will take the wraps off the Galaxy S4 at Radio City Music Hall and stream the event live on video screens in Times Square.
An Apple Inc. marketing executive revealed the company’s reliance on free press coverage and product-placement as it unveiled its case to jurors in the first week of a multibillion-dollar patent-infringement trial against Samsung Electronics Co.
Apple Inc. won a court ruling keeping its second patent case against Samsung Electronics Co. in San Jose, California, on track for a 2014 trial after losing a bid to dismiss a lawsuit claiming the iPhone maker improperly collected and shared customers’ personal information.
Apple Inc. lost its bid to dismiss a privacy lawsuit claiming the company improperly collected and shared customers’ personal information after a judge ruled the iPhone maker violated an order to turn over documents.