Tech Biz Roundup: Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Violates Bundling Law while Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) Under Target of Sophisticated Attack – AAPL, FB

The Cupertino, California-based Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL), world’s most valuable company my market value, is violating the regulation by packaging a measure to limit the offering of preferred shares with other matters up for a shareholder vote, according to Greenlight Capital Inc court filing.
David Einhorn’s investment company reported in a brief filed in federal court in Manhattan that Apple’s action would cause an actual and imminent injury to investors.

Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) shares in the current session moved down -1.38% reaching at $460.16. The stock traded in a range of $459.92 – $470.16. In the last year the stock has moved within a range of $435.00 – $705.07. The current session’s volume of 14.00 million shares is lower from their average daily trading volume of 21.52 million shares.

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) reported on Friday that the world’s biggest social network been the target of a series of attacks by an unidentified hacker group, however it had found no evidence that user data was compromised.
The corporation reported in a blog post posted on Friday afternoon that Facebook security discovered that their systems had been targeted in a sophisticated attack previous month.

Another rival company Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) trading down -0.63% to $28.32. Intraday trading recorded the stock price in a range of $28.09 to $28.75. In the previous 52 weeks the stock’s price ranged between $17.55 and $45.00. The current session’s volume of 33.11 million shares was lower from their average daily trading volume of 70.98 million shares.

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