Tomahawk, WI 05/31/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) officially signs up Luca Maestri as its new Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President on May 29. The move has been done as his precede, longtime finance chief Peter Oppenheimer transits out from Apple. Moreover, Maestri would prolong to serve his company as Principal Accounting Officer (PAO) along with the new responsibility as SVP and CFO. According to Apple, the new CFO will receive a twelve-monthly income of $1 million, which eventually makes him stand in the pinnacle cadre of the organization. In addition, Luca who joined Apple in 2013, is now entitled for Apple’s performance based cash bonus program, which would be decided on the annual performance of the financial year 2014.

Apple Inc. – Is It Worth Purchasing At The Stock Value Of $600?

A 3% dividend yield in the last fortnight for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) makes it an ideal stock for the dividend investors to increase their trading activities with its shares. Now Apple would be targeting the $600 mark, to reach to generate a handful of cash for its investors. However, Piper Jaffray, GoldmanSachs, and Wells Fargo have raised its estimation ranging from $590 to $730. The major point on concern is whether it is beneficial to purchase Apple’s share at this price tag, wherein two years back in 2012 the dividend was easily available below $500.

Apple And The iUniverse

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) would be announcing the launch of its next big products, iWatch with remarkably iPayments platform and iBeacon technology. Assumptions are already in air with the news of Apple’s new watch of its type; whether the gadget would be circular in shape or would designers furnish it with a prominent shape, once again to set the benchmark in the electronics market. On the contrary, it would be very hard to envisage the functionality of this fabled iWatch. In addition, Apple has decided to improve its mobile transfer’s through iPayments platform, making transactions unique.

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