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Apple's Cheaper IPhone Is Catching On, Allaying Growth Fears
Apple Inc.'s lower-cost iPhone SE is gaining more traction than expected with users, tempering a sales decline and soothing investors' concerns about growth.
Apple Earnings Fall on iPhone Slump  Wall Street Journal
The Very Good News Buried in Apple's Dismal Results  TIME
AppleInsider (press release) (blog)  
China's LeEco bets $2 billion on global potential of Irvine TV maker Vizio
As television maker Vizio Inc. prepared to go public late last year, fears about the Chinese economy turned the stock market sour.
China's LeEco to Buy Vizio for $2 Billion  Wall Street Journal
Vizio acquired by Chinese tech company LeEco for $2 billion  The Verge
At McDonald's, All-Day Breakfast Cools
All-day breakfast at McDonald's Corp. MCD -4.47 % is starting to lose its popularity with consumers. Sales at the fast-food giant, which had been riding high on its October launch of all-day breakfast—the company's biggest operational change since the ...
McDonald's Sales Disappoint in US Despite All-Day Breakfast  New York Times
McDonald's customers are 'exploiting' the company with a ...  Business Insider
Yen Traders Signal Risk Kuroda Falls Short as Volatility Jumps
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has never been one to be swayed by market expectation. But this week, investors are leaving him very little room for maneuver.
Bank of Japan wary of easing but yen, politics may sway it to act  Reuters
How Fiscal Policy Could Worsen the Bank of Japan's Yen-Related Issues  Wall Street Journal (blog)
EHarmony's new CEO vows to make the app simpler as founder retires for second time
EHarmony founder Neil Clark Warren left retirement four years ago to bring the struggling dating website back to relevance. Mission accomplished.
eHarmony's co-founder and star of its ads is stepping down  CNNMoney
eHarmony CEO Dr. Neil Warren steps down, VP Grant Langston steps in  TechCrunch
Michigan man faces prison time for recycling scheme straight out of 'Seinfeld'
MICHIGAN - A Michigan man who allegedly planned to cash in more than 10,000 bottles collected out-of-state faces up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine for the scheme reminiscent of a classic Seinfeld episode.
Man Hauled 10K Cans in Refund Scheme, Cops say  WDJT
Man Arrested After Trying The Bottle Deposit Scam From 'Seinfeld'  Delish
Analog Devices Acquires Linear Technology for $14.8 Billion
Analog Devices agreed on Tuesday to acquire the Linear Technology Corporation for $14.8 billion, accelerating the already brisk consolidation within the semiconductor sector.
Analog Devices to buy chipmaker peer Linear for $14.8 billion  Reuters
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant ...  Business Insider
County unemployment rate, labor force jumped in June
NEWARK - The Licking County unemployment rate increased in June for the 20th consecutive year, reaching 4.4 percent, but the labor force hit an all-time high of 89,800.
Trump Campaign Revives Debate: Is the Unemployment Rate 'Artificial'?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
A popular conspiracy theory is spreading in the Trump family. It's ...  Washington Post
FCA's astounding sales streak actually ended in 2013, after revision
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said Tuesday it has revised the way it counts monthly sales figures of new cars and trucks and now says its impressive sales streak of 75 months of consecutive sales gains actually ended in September 2013.
Fiat Chrysler revises U.S. sales reporting: Its growth streak ended 3 years ago  MLive.com
Revised reporting ends FCA's sales streak in 2013  The Detroit News
Twitter Shares Plummet On Slowing Revenue Growth, Weak Outlook
Twitter TWTR -1.07% shares fell more than 10% in after-hours trading after the social network on Tuesday reported second quarter revenue that missed analysts' estimates and forecast weak third-quarter revenue.
Twitter Posts Second Quarter Results of $602 Million in Revenue  PR Newswire (press release)
Twitter's Revenue Growth Dwindles in Second Quarter  Adweek