SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — It seems that apple doesn’t fall far from the money tree. A winner this week is Apple, who already have over 10 million subscribers in the first month of their new music service.
Apple’s value has remained consistent and seems steady with it’s constant out-rolling of services.
This week proves to be a hard one for San Francisco companies. Yelp shows it might not be as yelpful as its stock plummets. In a similar case, eBay reached its apex in the 1990s, fell to a minimum user base, and as hovered without growth since.
Twitter, another SF based company, seems to be headed toward a similar fate. Although it has star power, that may not be enough to keep it in the lime light.