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It's a weird week when Amazon's stock surges on a tiny profit, while Apple's stock retreats after another impressive quarter.
Apple posted quarterly results on Tuesday that virtually any other company would kill for. Yet CEO Tim Cook still found himself on the defensive.
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Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, says he has never been more bullish about the company's ability to innovate.
At the re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos explains how the company's Web services business model -- and a 10,000-year clock -- embody innovation.
In a test among four MLB teams at the end of season, 12 percent of electronic ticket buyers opted to use Passbook.