Apple is trying to boost its share price by increasing its dividends to shareholders by 50 percent.
The move will mean that shareholders will collect $15.7 billion of Apple's cash mountain.
Apple's responded to calls from shareholders to return some of its vast pile of cash, and says it's now actively looking at the idea.
Facebook's launching a gambling site that allows users to stake real money - but only in the UK.
What is the most economically and environmentally sound way to recycle cathode ray tube (CRT) glass used in older televisions?
Why, what a surprise! It seems as if AT&T has been handing out wads of cash to groups that "coincidentally" support the corporation's controversial acquisition of T-Mobile.
Two TSA agents were arrested today at Kennedy Airport in NYC for stealing at least $160,000 in cash from checked passenger bags. Are we shocked and awed by this rather epic fail? No, unfortunately, we aren't.
Most retailers cheer at the sight of cash for purchases, because they don't have to pay any of the fees associated with a credit card transaction. But apparently US currency just wasn't good enough for Apple, until recently.
Steve Jobs has reportedly told company shareholders that Apple's $25 billion cash war chest will allow the corporation to take "big, bold" risks in the future.