This page gives examples of citations for the types of documents (such as company reports) that you are likely to use when doing company research. Many library databases have citation generators that will help you create the works-cited page entries for your sources. We recommend double checking all results from these tools for accuracy and consistency with the assigned citation style. You can check manually-created or database-generated citations against the examples on this page.
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Hoovers. Apple inc., 20 Sep. 2018. Proquest, search.proquest.com/marketresearch/docview/ 1860762319/92CF273355434ED5PQ/5?accountid=26523.
MarketLine. Apple inc., 18 Feb. 2019. Business Source Elite, web.b.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=5&sid=866573e9-e3f4-4d01-befe-31881164a37b%40pdc-v-sessmgr03.
Mergent. "Apple inc." Mergent Online, www.mergentonline.com/companydetail.php?compnumber=12161&pagetype=synopsis. Accessed 2 Feb. 2019.
“Apple Inc.” CNN Business, Cable News Network, money.cnn.com/quote/quote.html?symb=AAPL. Accessed 14 Sep.-5 Nov. 2018.
eMarketer. "Number of iPhone Users in The United States from 2012 to 2016 (in Millions)." Oct. 2016. Statista - The Statistics Portal, www.statista.com/statistics/232790/forecast-of-apple-users-in-the-us/.
“The company changed its name from Apple Computer, Inc to Apple Inc. in 2007, representing its expanding product portfolio and increased focus on consumer electronics market” (MarketLine 9).
The stock price of Apple on Friday January 23, 2015 was $112.98 (“Apple inc.”).