Sales up 45%. Earnings up 59.5%. Cash up $40 billion. Analysts were disappointed.

By Philip Elmer-DeWitt
November 1, 2012

FORTUNE — Apple AAPL released its Form 10-K annual report Wednesday. To the key numbers summarized below we’ll add one more: Since the end of the company’s 2012 fiscal year in September, its shares have fallen $71.78 (10.8%).

From the 10-K:

  • Employees: 72,800 full-time equivalent, up from 60,400 in 2011
  • Retail employees: 42,400 full-time equivalent, up from 36,000
  • Building space: 17.3 million square feet, up from 13.2 million
  • Land owned: 1,770 acres, up from 584
  • Retail stores: 390, up from 357
  • Revenue per store: $51.5 million, up from $43.3 million
  • Price range of common stock: $354.24 to $705.07
  • Quarterly dividends: $2.65 per share, up from $0.00
  • Stock performance: Up 335% since Sept. 30, 2007, compared with 5% for S&P 500
  • Net sales: $156.5 billion, up from $108.2 billion
  • Earnings per share: $44.15, up from $27.68
  • Gross margin: 43.9%, up from 40.5%
  • Cash and marketable securities: $121.25 billion, up from $81.57 billion
  • Long term debt: $0.00
  • Research and development: $3.38 billion, up from $2.43 billion
  • Capital expenditures: $10.3 billion, up from $8.3 billion
  • Projected CapEx for 2013: $10 billion — $850 million for retail stores, $9.15 billion for product tooling and manufacturing process equipment, and corporate facilities and infrastructure, including information systems hardware, software and enhancements

Net sales by region and product:

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