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The Best And Worst Technology Company Stocks In 2017

Thirty-two of the 42 of the technology companies on our watch list recorded gains in the price of their publicly traded shares in 2017. Here's a look at who gained and who didn't.

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Apple

CEO: Tim Cook

Dec. 30, 2016: $115.82

Dec. 29, 2017: $169.23

Change: +46.11%

Apple had its ups and downs in 2017. Employees began moving into its new headquarters, a $5 billion futuristic building on a 175-acre campus. But the company also found itself caught up in several controversies, including a $15 billion tax dispute with the European Commission and a year-end kerfuffle over the company's efforts to slow down the performance of older iPhones to offset battery problems.

In what was probably the most significant new product event for Apple in several years, the company unveiled on Sept. 12 the iPhone X, a special edition of the company's flagship product, along with new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus editions.

For its fiscal 2017 ended Sept. 30, Apple reported sales of $229.23 billion, up more than 6 percent from $215.64 billion in fiscal 2016. Net income for the year was $48.35 billion, up nearly 6 percent from $45.69 billion one year before.

 
 
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