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How Two Engineering Students Cleverly Scammed $900,000 From Apple Using $30 Fake iPhones

Apple may be one of the richest companies on the planet, and US$900,000 is just a drop in the ocean for the iPhone maker, considering it has an eye-popping US$44 billion cash on hand. However, when such a giant is scammed, it’s no longer about money but rather the tarnished reputation. How on earth could […]

... written on Apr 07 2019

Here’re Some Financial Secrets Revealed As Saudi Aramco Raises Money Through $10 Billion Bond Sale

Very little was known about Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest oil producer. Now, as the organization that produces about 10% of the world’s crude raises cash from the international financial market through bond sales, its financial secrets have slowly emerged. As part of a global roadshow, Aramco is now forced to reveal secrets closely guarded since […]

... written on Apr 02 2019

As Huawei Hits $100 Billion Revenue, Chairman Said The U.S. Has “Loser’s Attitude” & “Table Manners” Problem

Despite worldwide political pressure, especially from the superpower United States, Huawei’s revenue grew 19.5% in 2018 – hitting US$100 billion. For the financial year 2018, Huawei, which overtook Ericsson in 2012 as the largest telecommunications-equipment manufacturer in the world, hit 721.2 billion Yuan (US$107.45 billion; £82.38 billion; RM438.67 billion) in sales.   The Chinese company which overtook Apple in […]

... written on Mar 30 2019

Huawei & Other Chinese Brands Continue Eating Up Apple’s Market Share In China

Last year, for the first time in 7 years, Huawei successfully broke the Samsung-Apple’s domination, No. 1 and 2 respectively, in the smartphone market. Huawei shipments skyrocketed and overtook Apple to become the world’s second-largest smartphone maker. Apparently, the strategy of positioning Honor to capture mid-tier segment and premium P20 Pro appeared to be working.   […]

... written on Jan 31 2019

Starbucks May Be The Next American Company Suffering Weak Sales In China After Apple

Apple – America’s first trillion-dollar company – is now worth only US$720 billion. The technology giant recently revised its first quarter sales forecast downward, blaming the global economic slowdown, Trump’s trade war and a slowdown in the Chinese market. CEO Tim Cook should blame the company itself instead for greedily raising the iPhone prices.   […]

... written on Jan 13 2019

Ouch!! Apple Has Lost $452 Billion – That’s 3 Times Size Of McDonald’s Or The Entire Facebook

As feared, tech giant Apple plunged and brought along with it the rest of the stock markets not only in the U.S., but also the world. The earning warning from the iPhone maker was sufficient to erase 660 points off the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). S&P 500 lost 62 points and NASDAQ tumbled 202 […]

... written on Jan 04 2019

Mutual Assured Destruction – Tim Cook’s Latest Sales Warning Shows More Havoc Is Coming

Dell CEO Michael Dell warned in July last year that the U.S. and China face a “mutual assured destruction” if trade relations collapse, adding that “no one will win” a trade war. But judging by Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s latest antics, losing face is not an option. In denial, the U.S. president even said […]

... written on Jan 03 2019

Apple’s iPhone “eSIM” Could Be A New Cash Cow To The Trillion-Dollar Tech Giant

Apple fans have a new reason to celebrate after the world’s first trillion-dollar company unleashed not one, not two but three new iPhones. The new iPhone XR,  XS and XS Max will all have dual SIM capabilities. This means that a user will be able to have two separate phone lines. One will be via a […]

... written on Sep 17 2018

Corruption In Australia? Huawei The Biggest Sponsor Of Australian Politicians

Australia is one of foreign countries which many perceive to be squeaky clean, at least its Southeast Asia neighbour thought so. It was quiet a news when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull accused the alternative prime minister, Bill Shorten, of taking “backhanders” when he was a trade union supremo. But when Turnbull himself was dragged into […]

... written on Jun 26 2018

China Could Do A South Korea On American Companies, And The Strategy Would Seriously Hurt Trump

Donald Trump’s favourite game of forcing China into obedience is slapping tariffs on Chinese goods. Like it or not, the U.S. president will most likely win the game simply because Beijing enjoys US$375 billion trade surplus with the U.S. Trump has repeatedly highlighted China’s US$375 billion surplus with the U.S. as evidence of an unfair trade […]

... written on Jun 21 2018









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