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Biggest companies in the DJIA since 1973 – Graphic of the day

Last week it was announced that Apple would join the Dow Jones industrial average, replacing AT&T. Today’s graphic lists the largest companies in the DJIA each year since 1973.

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Smartwatches compared – Graphic of the day

Yesterday, Apple launched its long-awaited watch, including yellow or rose gold models with sapphire faces costing up to $17,000. It will be on sale starting next month. Today’s graphic compares it to some of the top smartwatches on the market.

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Smartphone market share – Graphic of the day

Apple sold 74.8 million iPhones globally in Q4, topping Samsung in the smartphone market for the first time. And while Apple dominates where it matters most (see: profits), it still has a long way to go before surpassing the greater collection of Android smartphones in market share. Today’s graphic looks at smartphone market share by vendor in Q3 and Q4 of 2014.

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Smartphone comparison – Graphic of the day

This weekend, Samsung unveiled its latest Galaxy S smartphones. Today’s graphic compares a selection of flagship smartphones from major manufacturers.

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Nasdaq, then and now – Graphic of the day

As the Nasdaq closes in on the all-time high it reached in March of 2000, investors are facing a market that barely resembles the one seen 15 years ago. Today’s graphic compares the present day Nasdaq’s top 10 companies by market cap to that of 15 years ago.

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Apple sets global profit record – Graphic of the day

Apple smashed Wall Street expectations with record sales of big-screen iPhones in the holiday shopping season, powering the company with an $18 billion profit, the largest in corporate history. Today’s graphic looks at Apple’s rise in net profit and revenue, as well as the company’s revenue breakdown by region.

Apple sets global profit record - Graphic of the day

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Mini tablets compared – Graphic of the day

Apple posted better-than-expected revenue yesterday on the back of a record iPhone launch that saw 39 million of the smartphones sold in the September quarter. Last week, the company introduced its new iPads. We already took at look at how the iPad Air matches up against its competition. Today we scale it down a bit to see how the iPad mini compares to its major competitors on the market.

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Tablets compared – Graphic of the day

Yesterday Apple introduced the iPad Air 2, a faster, slimmer version of its predecessor with other modest improvements. Today’s graphic compares the new iPad to four of its major competitors on the market.

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Use per se standard to judge Silicon Valley wage-fixing case, workers tell court

From Westlaw Journal Antitrust: A class-action lawsuit accusing six high-tech companies of conspiring to fix and suppress employee wages and mobility should be analyzed as a per se, or inherently illegal, antitrust violation, a group of employees has argued in a new court filing.

A per se violation is afforded an irrebuttable presumption of anti-competitive effect from a defendant’s alleged conduct, while the other approach, the rule of reason, looks at whether the alleged conduct’s anti-competitive effects outweigh its pro-competitive justifications.

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Windows wanes with PCs – Graphic of the day

Microsoft’s Windows operating system still runs about 90% of PCs around the world, but widespread adoption of powerful phones and tablets means it now features on only 14% of computing devices. Today’s graphic shows the current market share by operating system, with projections for this year and next.

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