Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

Tim Cook describes new models of the iMac desktop computers at the Apple event. (ROBERT GALBRAITH/REUTERS)
Tim Cook describes new models of the iMac desktop computers at the Apple event. (ROBERT GALBRAITH/REUTERS)

The Globe's play by play on Apple's earnings Add to ...

Apple Inc. delivered another quarter of lackluster results and iPad sales fell well short of Wall Street targets, pushing its stock down more than 1 per cent.

The world’s most valuable technology company, whose share price flirted after hours with sub-$600 (U.A.) levels for the first time since August, delivered results largely in line with expectations. It had missed revenue forecasts a quarter ago.

More Related to this Story

Globe technology reporters Omar El Akkad and Iain Marlow and investing editor Darcy Keith live-blogged the earnings and conference call.

Find a mobile-friendly version here: http://scrbliv.me/66762

 

Follow us on Twitter: @GlobeInvestor

 

In the know

Most popular video »

Highlights

More from The Globe and Mail

Most Popular Stories