Fake Apple ad campaign protests Obama’s Silicon Valley visit


iSnoop ads invade Silicon Valley to protest Obama fundraisers

Apple’s legendary iPod ads have been nothing less than iconic, but a California street artists has turned the famous marketing campaign into an anti-Obama parody ahead of the President’s visit to area.

President Obama just wrapped up a quick fundraising tour around Los Angeles and San Francisco last week with a $32,000 a plate fundraiser at Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes’s house, and another with Nancy Pelosi, but the commander-in-chief was greeted by some scathing street art that highlighted some of his administration’s biggest scandals.

Here are some of the iAds found on the streets of Silicon Valley:

Fortune Thinks Apple’s Stock Price Is Being Illegally Manipulated



Apple’s stock is as good as gold, right? Perhaps, but that doesn’t mean that it’s value can’t be manipulated. Writing for Fortune, Philip Elmer-DeWitt makes a shocking accusation: Apple’s share price is being manipulated by a mysterious cabal who are “pinning” the stock below its strike price and no one seems to be doing anything about it.