You know you are in for a wonderful ride whenever you see our links roundup! Well, when it comes the latest news, you’d want the best stuff to read and learn about. Starting with this time’s link round up, there is a multitude of interesting topics in the offing for you, that don’t just make for great reading about Market share, Apple Inc., Wall Street, United States Secretary of the Treasury, Consumer Electronics Show, IPhone, Mary Schapiro and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, but will inform and empower you with their information! Welcome aboard!
First up we have Apple Inc.. No doubt you’ve been hearing a lot about this recently, but if you haven’t checked out these links yet you’re missing out.
- As Apple finally begins to bail, Samsung looks to sell chips and displays to Chinese, other emerging phone makers from macdailynews.com
Next, we all know there’s tons of info available about Wall Street and United States Secretary of the Treasury out there, but these links are specially significant.
- Wall Street’s Elite, Including Ina Drew, Honors JPMorgan’s Former Leader – “But Ms. Drew, former head of JPMorgan’s chief investment office, was mingling with the elite of Wall Street on Tuesday evening at a gala honoring her old boss, William B … ” – said dealbook.nytimes.com
- Sorry, Wall Street. You’re stuck with Jack Lew from finance.fortune.cnn.com
It’s time now for most people to head off to work, but I’m already there, organizing this great list of sites about IPhone that truth be told is unmissable.
- Bloomberg: Apple developing cheaper, smaller iPhone for 2013 holiday release – ““Apple Inc. plans to sell a smaller, cheaper version of the iPhone as soon as this year, said a person familiar with the plans, part of a push to gain customers in developing nations,” Olga Kharif and Adam Satariano report for Bloomberg News” – said macdailynews.com
- Are cheap iPhones Apple’s next innovation? – agbeat.com
By the middle of the day everybody ought to be awake enough to wrap their brains around these super interesting sites about U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Mary Schapiro:
- SEC’s top cop Khuzami to step down – “Khuzami’s decision to step down follows that of former SEC chair Mary Schapiro, who announced plans to leave the agency in November” – said money.cnn.com
- Khuzami Departs, Leaving the SEC In Better Shape – www.businessweek.com
That concludes our links roundup for the time being. We hope you love visiting these websites, and check back here soon for lots more can’t-miss business links.