Among the 10 most read “Corporate” articles in the Wall Street Journal in 2011, 8 were related to Apple. The paper didn't hesitate to call 2011 “The Year of Apple”.
Eight of the ten most widely read “Corporate” articles in the Wall Street Journal in 2011 have more or less significant connection with Apple. So the news that most captivated readers this year is undoubtedly the death of Steve Jobs, who ranks at the top of the ranking, followed by the partnership between Verizon and Apple.
The rest of the ranking remains relatively predictable, with big announcements like the iPad 2 or the iPhone 4S, but also everything that has to do with Steve Jobs, whether it is his decision to leave the leadership of the society or physical condition. It is more surprising, however, to find the famous location data for iPhone users in eighth position, the case not having attracted the attention of the media for months and having quickly been forgotten.
Anyway, it has to be said that Apple’s popularity is at its highest after a year full of twists and turns and new products.
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