Tim Bajarin

Consultant, Creative Strategies

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Consultant with Creative Strategies and columnist for PC magazine, covering the field of personal computers and consumer technology

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In September, 1997, shares of  Apple  computer were trading at $5.45. Last week's price was $244.11.

Wall Street Advances Apple to the Tech's Top Spot

In September, 1997, shares of Apple computer were trading at $5.45. Last week's price was $244.11.

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In September, 1997, shares of  Apple  computer were trading at $5.45. Last week's price was $244.11.

Wall Street Advances Apple to the Tech's Top Spot

In September, 1997, shares of Apple computer were trading at $5.45. Last week's price was $244.11.

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