Shares of Apple jumped to a nearly three-year high after the company's new iMac consumer personal computer was seen as a big success after its retail launch in the US this weekend.
By Richard Barry
| August 18, 1998 -- 08:56 GMT (01:56 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
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