'iPad Christmas' Helps Apple Beat Street, Q2 Guidance a Grinch

Apple posted earnings of $14.50 per share on revenue of $57.6 billion in its fiscal first quarter, beating analyst estimates of $14.07 on sales of $57.46 billion. During the same period a year ago, Apple posted $54.5 billion in sales and $13.81 in earnings per share.

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