A store owner in the Gold Coast says he was shocked when he visited his local supermarket.He says he thought his wife and son were going to buy him a new pair of boots.But the only boots available to them were those on sale at the time."They were sold out," Mr Dickson said."I called them and asked them to help me.They told me I had to leave and return in another time."The store owner says he has b...
Jobs announced the hiring of two new senior executives on Wednesday, with the company announcing its latest hires for the second consecutive day.
The news comes as Apple’s share price continues to climb, as the Cupertino company continues to see an influx of new workers and new businesses as it gears up for a holiday season that will see Apple add a total of 10 million new jobs.
The latest hires come as Apple continues to work to boost its workforce as it seeks to fill positions for employees in a new and evolving market, such as in the healthcare sector.
Apple’s healthcare division has seen its share price climb by more than 1,100% over the past 12 months, to nearly $96, in part due to the company’s efforts to bring in more people to work for the health company, which employs more than 14,000 people.
While many analysts have long predicted Apple’s Healthcare division would have its best year ever, analysts have been less optimistic about Apple’s plans to ramp up its efforts in healthcare.
Apple is set to report its third-quarter earnings on Thursday, and analysts expect that the company will report strong sales and earnings that beat analysts’ expectations.
Apple’s latest hires follow a few others that were announced on Tuesday, including Apple’s newest CEO, Tim Cook, as well as its new chief operating officer, Jony Ive.