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January 5, 2013
Osteria Mozza's Nancy Silverton is renowned for always trying to find the one perfect way to prepare a dish. So imagine her surprise when she learned she'd been using the wrong dough for her apple borsellini — beggar's purses filled with baked apples. No matter, she went right to work fixing it, and the result was good enough to be one of our best recipes of the year. The secret is a "rough puff" pastry dough that is easier to prepare than the classic and makes a better wrapper. Apple borsellini Total time: 2 hours, 15 minutes, plus macerating and cooling times Note: From Nancy Silverton of Osteria Mozza Servings: 12 4 pounds tart apples, such as Granny Smith, peeled, cored and cut into ¾-inch cubes 1 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons (¾ stick)
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BUSINESS
March 22, 2013 | Michael Hiltzik
For those of us not directly invested in Apple, the stock's trajectory over the last six months has been a thrill ride to rival anything you'll find at Magic Mountain. Since hitting an all-time peak of $705 in mid-September, the shares have been on a long slide, reaching $419 before recovering a bit to almost $462 last week. At the peak, learned Wall Street analysts were speculating about how high Apple could go and whether the sky really was the limit; at the current trough, they're all but proclaiming the end of the Apple era. Here are the questions on everyone's lips: Who's right?
BUSINESS
October 21, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Apple is slated to hold its latest media event in San Francisco on Tuesday, but what exactly will the tech giant announce? Plenty, it turns out. Reports say the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant plans to follow its September iPhone event with a showcase of new products, primarily starring new iPads. GUIDE: Where to sell old iPads before new ones are announced Here's what you can expect from Apple, as well as one product you shouldn't hold your breath for. Redesigned iPad Apple is expected to announce the fifth generation of its 9.7-inch-screen iPad.
BUSINESS
June 10, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Ahead of Apple's keynote at 10 a.m., a who's who of Apple executives are standing around waiting for the show to commence. Among them are CEO Tim Cook, design chief Jony Ive and even former vice president and Apple board member Al Gore. Times reporter Chris O'Brien is on location and has been recording his experience using Vine, Twitter's new six-second video-sharing app. Check out the sights he's seen below. WWDC 2013: Follow our live coverage of Apple's keynote ALSO: What kind of cat will the new version of Apple's Mac OS X be?
BUSINESS
March 26, 2014 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Apple said it is working to bring more racial diversity to its popular set of cartoon icons known as emoji. The Cupertino, Calif., tech company hopes to update its emoji icons so they are inclusive of more people, Apple said in a response to an email sent from MTV that was sent to Chief Executive Tim Cook. "There needs to be more diversity in the emoji character set, and we have been working closely with the Unicode Consortium in an effort to update the standard," said Katie Cotton, Apple's vice president of worldwide corporate communications, according to MTV .  VIDEO: Unboxing the HTC One (M8)
BUSINESS
September 29, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
As worldwide attention focuses on Apple's problem-riddled Maps app, another Apple miscue is about to be quietly put to rest. This month, Apple's iTunes music social network -- Ping -- began displaying a sign notifying users that the network was no longer accepting new users and will shut down Sunday. Ping's closing comes as little surprise. Apple plans to update iTunes next month and will integrate it with Facebook and Twitter, letting users "Like" and share songs, apps and other pieces of content.
BUSINESS
September 20, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
One of the great new features on iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 is a new app called Passbook, but for a lot of people who updated their devices with the new operating system, the app simply won't work. In theory, Passbook will let you keep digital passes in one location. When you open the app, you get a screen saying you can use Passbook to store digital copies of flight boarding passes, event tickets and coupons. Target on Thursday announced it would support mobile coupons on Passbook.
BUSINESS
January 19, 2011 | By Jessica Guynn and Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times
Apple found a way to divert attention from Chief Executive Steve Jobs' health Tuesday ? a blowout $6 billion in profit. A day after Jobs stunned investors and employees alike by announcing he was taking medical leave for the third time in seven years, Apple Inc. crushed analysts' estimates with record first-quarter revenue and earnings. The company's stock rallied on the report, buoyed by impressive sales of iPhones, iPads and a pipeline of consumer gadgets. Shares fell a less-than-anticipated 2.2% to $340.
BUSINESS
September 12, 2012 | By Joe Bel Bruno
Apple's stock barely budged after the technology giant unveiled the iPhone 5, which it bills as the world's thinnest smartphone. Investors seemed to shrug off the announcement -- but that's not entirely shocking. Apple shares have, on average, fallen 1.4% the day the company launched all of the previous incarnations of the iPhone, according to Morgan Stanley. PHOTOS: Apple iPhone 5 The investment bank said the week after Apple announcements haven't been all that hot either.
BUSINESS
March 4, 2013 | By Chris O'Brien
Apple's stock price continued its fall Monday, dragging the company's market value below $400 billion for the first time since January 2012.  In midday trading, Apple's stock was down $7.52, or 1.75%, to $422.95. That put its market capitalization at $397.54 billion. It also cost Apple the title of "world's most valuable company," losing it to Exxon Mobil Corp., which had a value of $ 399.69 billion in midday trading. QUIZ: Test your Apple knowledge Apple is on the verge of crashing through another low. On Jan. 24, 2012, Apple's stock closed at $420.41 per share, just before the company reported blowout earnings that sent its stock soaring to $ 446.66.  That momentum carried the stock through the year, on its way to peaking at $702.10 in September.
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