As if their dominant position wasn’t already giving everyone else in the industry fits, Apple goes and introduces a 1 Gig nano, then cuts their prices — significantly.
I don’t know how anyone else — Dell, Sony, Creative — can catch them, at least over the short term.
Apple Shuffles the Deck
The king of digital music players slashes prices and rolls out a low-priced nano
Rick Aristotle Munarriz
THE MOTLEY FOOL, 9:53 a.m. ET Feb. 7, 2006
I do Larry Kudlow’s show whenever he asks, and while I am certainly not the
political wonk he is, I do keep track of the budget process. I want to see how the deficit is shrinking or growing, what changes to the tax code might be coming, and which sectors of the economy are getting a spending boost from Uncle Sam.
That’s a lot of stuff to watch — Fortunately, there’s a terrific set of charts today via the online WSJ: Crunching the Numbers (click each for larger graphics).
Gainers and Losers:
A broader view of what’s growing and shrinking in Bush’s 2007 proposal, in budgetary authority
Sources: Office of Management and Budget, AP
*Includes miscellaneous, undistributed offsetting receipts
Receipts and Outlays
A look at how the federal government is counting on bringing in revenue, and how it plans to spend it in fiscal 2007. All figures in billions unless noted.
Did you know that thee Estat Tax weas such a modest slice?