COMMENT: Apple's €100bn slump down to so-so innovation

Since Apple launched its iPhone 5, its share price has fallen by €100 billion. The reason is a lack of innovation, writes Adrian Weckler.

9th November, 2012
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Here’s something you may not have known: Apple’s share price has plummeted over 20 per cent since the launch of the iPhone 5.

That’s about €100 billion wiped from its value in six weeks.

Why?

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