History is rife with examples of companies that lost their cutting edge along with their founders. As Steve Jobs steps back from Apple, some analysts say innovation may slide. Others see 'deep bench of talent.'
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For the quarter that ended in September, Apple earnings were the highest ever, and share prices have followed suit. Even with more competition on the horizon, Wall Street analysts are bullish.
There's little BP can do to stop the onslaught of lawsuits heading its way.
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