The company's second-annual stockholder gathering will feature an agenda of gripes and changes as suggested by shareholders.
This report inaccurately described Apple's dividend history. The company last paid a regular dividend to stockholders in 1995.
Company schedules a conference call for Monday morning to discuss its cash balance.
On rumors of a January Apple tablet unveiling, the company's stock closes as an all time high Thursday of $209.04, up 3.43 percent.
The company wants investors to simply discard any proxy card sent to them from Carl Icahn in advance of the annual meeting in May.
The activist investor quits the fight to win control over Dell, but doesn't exactly cease hostilities. He quips (or so he says): "What's the difference between Dell and a dictatorship?"
The activist investor lashes out at the board for alleged transgressions and at CEO John Donahoe's "ineptitude in addressing them." What's eBay's reaction?
A judge rules that AOL executives did not commit fraud by buying 14.8 million company shares before the $1 billion sale of the company's patent portfolio to Microsoft.
In the latest episode of this online saga, Icahn demands an inspection of eBay's records on the Skype deal, while eBay again refutes Icahn's accusations.
Carrier is urging stockholders to vote in favor of the proposed deal with T-Mobile, says Reuters.