Saturday September 26, 2020

Apple’s Windows of opportunity

Apple’s decision to allow Windows to run on its Macintosh computers opens up a world of opportunities for the company, but it remains to be seen what the move will do for the company’s share price.

8th April, 2006

Apple’s decision to allow Windows to run on its Macintosh computers opens up a world of opportunities for the company, but it remains to be seen what the move will do for the company’s share price.

Shares in Apple - which employs 1,100 people in Cork in a European operations centre and software development function - jumped nearly 10 per cent on Wednesday, after it made the announcement in an uncharacteristically low-key manner.

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