Friday, November 2, 2012

Apple presents its annual report 2012: more employees and more Apple Store's

Apple today introduced the SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission) the report 2012 annual which includes all information and regulatory documents of the trajectory of the firm this year.

The report this year translates roughly in increasing number of employees on staff (mostly full time) and building more Apple Store's U.S. firm.

Below, we detail the data reflected in the report:

  • Large template :

Apple now has 72,800 employees working full-time, compared to 60,400 last year. It has hired 400 employees and contractors with full-time temporary contract more than last year (now has 3300 and last year 2900). It also has 42,400 full-time employees who deal with the retail (6400 more compared to 36,000 last year).

  • Building more App Store :

Has grown from 357 at the end of fiscal 2011 to 390 Apple Store's at the end of fiscal 2012 (33 more than last year). He won also averaged $ 51.5 million per store, compared to $ 43.3 million in 2011. It has also increased the number of full-time employees in charge of the Apple Store from 100.8 to 108.7. And, last but not least, Apple expects to open 30 to 35 new Apple Store in 2013, of which 75% would be located outside the United States.

Also in that report, as it is a document specifically aimed at current and potential investors of the company, are some risk factors that could affect the investments of the company, and that "(Apple) could be convicted infringement of intellectual property rights "or the ability of the company to" successfully manage frequent introductions and product transitions. "

Interestingly, it also speaks of a dividend that Apple "expect to pay quarterly in the future", unlike last year, when Apple announced it had no plans to pay a dividend.

In short, Apple has submitted an annual report noted for its high numbers of employees and Apple Store, and that includes the analysis and breakdown of all types of accounts related company makes profits, taxes and investments.


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