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Hewlett-Packard faces a torrent of criticism after Moody's cuts its long-term credit rating to three levels above junk.
Moody's declares that of all the cash sloshing around in nonfinancial institutions, Apple has the largest chunk, and it's 9.5 percent more than last year.
The company is estimated to be saving more than $9 billion in taxes that it would have had to pay to bring its overseas cash to the U.S.
Debt rating firm Moody's weighs in with its downgrade after Nokia warned its second-quarter financial performance would disappoint and that it would have to cut 10,000 jobs.
Vivendi, which owns the world's largest music group, rejects the offer despite its $2 billion premium, the Financial Times reports.
The iPhone maker's treasure chest may swell by another $35 billion this year assuming it doesn't dole out more cash to its stockholders, says Moody's.
The company, which owns an $8.1 billion stake in Activision, has tried to get Microsoft to bite, but so far, has failed.
Investors love dividends, but technology companies typically shun them as uncool. Even Apple, though, couldn't resist the pressure forever.
Russia and Cuba want to get rid of pesky Yankee software in favor of open-source software.
Group says it will seek the removal of CEO Mel Karmazin if the company chooses bankruptcy over a deal with an investor that would allow it to remain solvent.