Jabil's (NYSE: JBL) stock recently rose after the electronics manufacturing company's fourth-quarter numbers beat Wall Street's expectations. For the first quarter, Jabil expects its revenue to decline by 3% to 11% year-over-year, compared to expectations for a 3% drop. Jabil splits its business into two segments.
One potential antitrust violator is pushing for another potential antitrust violator to make a concession on an antitrust issue so that it can become even stronger and exacerbate its own antitrust concerns.
As a result, widgets have a consistent look-and-feel, thanks to things like size limitations and other design guidelines. Apple may have originally envisioned widgets as a way for existing iOS apps to gain a larger presence on users' home screens, while delivering key information like news, weather or stock updates, for example.