Luca Maestri

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Trouble ahead? Analysts remain concerned that iPhone users are upgrading handsets less frequently and that the full brunt of trade wars has yet to hit. Photograph: Reuters

IPhone sales now account for less than half of Apple’s revenues. But the company is taking a glass half-full approach. Luca Maestri, Apple’s finance (...)

Senior Facebook executives raised the possibility of using lower tax payments in Ireland to soften the blow of any extra digital sales.   Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA

Facebook lobbied to pay less tax in Ireland to offset millions of euro it would have to pay if other EU countries introduced new taxes on multinationa(...)

Apple was unsure whether it could make enough new iPhones, Apple Watches, iPads and Mac models it released in recent weeks, chief executive Tim Cook  said. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Apple Inc on Thursday said sales for the crucial holiday quarter could miss Wall Street expectations, which chief executive Tim Cook blamed on weaknes(...)

Apple beat sales estimates in part by selling fewer but pricier iPhones than analysts expected. The company sold 41.3 million units.

Apple posted quarterly results that topped Wall Street targets and forecast revenue in the current quarter above expectations, driven by sales of high(...)

Apple has been emphasising its contributions to the US economy in recent months, outlining a $30bn   US spending plan

Apple beat revenue and profit expectations in its March quarter as it sold 52.2 million iPhones, barely below Wall Street targets and showing some res(...)

An iPhone X is seen on a large video screen in the Apple Visitor Center in California. Photograph: REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage/File Photo

Apple plans to return an extra $100 billion at least to shareholders, analysts predict, as it prepares to redistribute its repatriated overseas profit(...)

Customers look at the new iPhone X at an Apple store during its launch at Dubai Mall.

Shoppers surged into Apple stores across the world on Friday to buy the new iPhone X, signalling stronger demand for the 10th anniversary version of t(...)

When Tim Cook dropped by Starbucks on a visit to China last year, he pulled out his phone to use Apple Pay. No dice — the Apple boss’s account lacked(...)

Although overall sales are still declining year on year, and talk of “peak Apple” still persists, the company has recorded a 13 per cent rise in sales to 45.5 million,

Apple watchers must have breathed a sigh of relief when they saw the latest iPhone sales figures. Although overall sales are still declining year on(...)

The European Commission’s tax decision has been slammed as “political crap” by Apple boss Tim Cook

Corporate America’s most powerful chief executives are rallying to Apple’s side in its EU tax battle, appealing directly to European heads of governm(...)

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