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Tuesday, November 23, 2004


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Engineering, Support Executives Leave Apple

Two Apple Computer executives have quietly left the company in recent weeks, including the Macintosh unit's head of engineering.

Apple Posts iCal 1.5.4 Security Update

Xserve Shipments Soar 119 Percent; Trend Likely To Continue

Analysts expect triple digit growth for the Xserve could continue into 2006 before it levels off.

Apple Stocks End sDay Up 11 Percent

This is after Piper Jaffray raised its price target on the stock to $100.


Six Percent Of Windows iPod Users Have Already Switched To The Mac, But This Is Just The Beginning

Windows users who buy an iPod for use with their PC, are in fact coming back later and replacing that PC with a Macintosh.


Microsoft Notebook: Top Exec Shares Business Lessons

Jeff Raikes shared a series of business lessons, explaining each using inside stories from his more than two decades at Microsoft.

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