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I have no idea about all-time, but here's a list of high-yield dividend stocks.Some foreign telecoms pay out pretty well.
I'm pretty sure someone has done that, just use your favorite search engine, but it's bound to be one of those Apple finance bloggers. Apple's cash should be about three-quarters held off shore, maybe even more.
No, there are holding period requirements to be eligible for the qualified dividend tax benefit.http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p564.pdf$2.65 per quarter is a 1.7% yield. Some investors prioritize income over growth. AAPL is definitely a growth stock, no doubt about that, it would not be a total choice for investors who are looking for large payouts. AT&T (T) yields 4.4%, Frontier (FTR) yields 8.8%, Windstream (WIN) yields 10% for comparison.herbapou has provided some...
They quoted $60,000 in stolen property. Most likely there was something more valuable like jewelry which would be assets. Admittedly $60K is a drop in the bucket relative to the family's wealth.
Waverley Street isn't particularly close to East Palo Alto, it's far closer to El Camino Real.Palo Alto real estate has never been that affordable in the past twenty years, because the public school system is so highly regarded that it adds about $100-150K. You have to pay a premium if you want to send your kids to Palo Alto public schools. Steve's house is right in the middle of Jordan (Middle) and Paly (High).Steve lived in Woodside before Palo Alto, he knew what he was...
What does it matter?The family's assets are in a revocable living trust, pretty much invisible to the outside world.
Actually, a lot of people with tons of money live is pretty "normal" neighborhoods here in Silicon Valley.The whole Silicon Valley culture in general is relatively casual. Living in gated communities with security guards is the exception around here for rich people, not the norm. People move freely around here, particularly between companies (that's how Silicon Valley got started: guys going from Shockley to Fairchild to Intel to...). Non-compete clauses are basically...
Since AppleInsider refuses to mention it, I will: BGR is an unreliable source. They are particularly poor at nailing down iPhone launch dates. At least MacRumors acknowledges this. http://www.macrumors.com/2012/08/13/att-reportedly-planning-for-iphone-launch-in-late-september/
How about "Dock Connector (Late 2012)"?Besides, this would be the third connector (there was one other design previous to the current connector).Oh wait, there was the dock connector with the larger plug, with the clips. So the current connector is the "Dock Connector 2S." Would they name the next one "Dock Connector 3" or skip to 4?Let's discuss this in detail, since obviously this is critically important, just like the name of the next iPhone. I mean super-duper...
First of all, if you connect via IMAP with a dedicated/standalone mail client, you will not see ads. This isn't just for Gmail, but for Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail, etc.Gmail has been far more reliable than various iterations of Apple's mail service (Mac.com, MobileMe, iCloud). For that matter, Yahoo and AOL mail are also more reliable than Apple's services. Gmail's spam filter is pretty good too.Some people like the deep integration between Google's various services and...
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