Jan. 25 - Apple blew past Wall Street forecasts, while President Obama outlined a broad economic plan, including taxing the rich and drilling for natural gas.
There's a -- call for this Wednesday President Obama back in the middle class in the state of the union speech Tuesday evening. The commander in chief playing at a series of proposals to raise taxes on those making more than one million dollars a year and to shore up the depressed housing market. Actually Warren Buffett he expressed frustration with the tax code which allows the billionaire pay a lower rate and his secretary of. You can call this class warfare all you want. But asking a billionaire to pay at least as much as a secretary and -- this. Most Americans would call that common sense. More on the state of the economy later today from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke as equals news conference following the FOMC decision our coverage starts. The eastern 1915. GMT. More good news for apple really needed it. I've survey out today -- -- -- market share in the fourth quarter surpassed that using Google Android operating system that according to research -- can't our world and Compaq. Apple care. Doubled from a year ago it that's built 37 million as well as more than fifteen million hi -- Those sales helped it -- what we expect the stock. And one cent per cent premarket but all time high analysts raising prices are 600 dollars. One more. In other tech news baseball cap and treating that shares for three days. Starting today this social network telling secondary markets that the decision in a letter sent last week -- source. The letter is not the reason. Which is not necessarily mean it and you know. Yahoo! reported Friday that revenue and profit CEO of hat on that company needs to do better. More job cuts -- becoming Citigroup and makes it it may shrink its securities and aching unit further. If revenue doesn't pick up significantly this year meanwhile consumer groups are calling for cuts of a different kind of America. Public citizen leading up and violent with the Federal Reserve and other regulators. Asking that are the bank in the simpler. For. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- To right player from the sun company's strong solar radiation storms which can disrupt communications systems -- high altitude. That geo magnetic and adding about fifteen minutes. Lights that's right this Wednesday on and Rodgers this is Reuters Insider. Be sure to watch our coverage of the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland all.