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Apple Earnings Fall on iPhone Slump
Apple Inc. AAPL -0.69 % said its quarterly profit fell 27% as the company grappled with the first prolonged slump in iPhone sales since the product was introduced in 2007.
Apple crushed expectations across the board, and the stock is way up  Business Insider
Apple's Cheaper IPhone Is Catching On, Allaying Growth Fears  Bloomberg
Abe Plans Stimulus of More Than 28 Trillion Yen, Kyodo Says
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced plans for more than 28 trillion yen ($265 billion) in economic stimulus in an effort to prop up the economy, Kyodo News reported.
Asia stocks near one-year highs; yen slips on BOJ easying bets  Reuters
Japan Considers Issuing 50-Year Debt for First Time  Wall Street Journal
China's LeEco to Buy Vizio for $2 Billion
LeEco said Tuesday it has signed a $2 billion deal to buy Vizio Inc., the last U.S.-based TV brand, giving the Chinese company a foothold to fuel expansion beyond its home market.
Pokemon Go Craze Befuddles Analysts at Big Investment Banks  Bloomberg
Vizio acquired by Chinese tech company LeEco for $2 billion  The Verge
McDonald's 2Q same-store sales slow amid economic uncertainty
McDonald's Corp. same-store sales slowed in the second quarter, the company said Tuesday, amid a broader slowdown in the restaurant industry and mounting economic uncertainty.
Slowing McDonald's Sales Prompt Worry  Valley News
Oprah's old Chicago offices being cleared for McDonald's  Quad-Cities Online
Why Home Solar Panels No Longer Pay in Some States
Elroy Holtmann in his garage in Lafayette, Calif., where the power from his solar panels is used to charge his electric Chevy Volt.
The Top 10 Solar States & How Utilities Are Fighting Them  Huffington Post
Dems Offically Slash 'All Of The Above' Energy Plan From Platform  Daily Caller
US Jobless Picture Offers Room for Interpretation
Because political campaigns can rise and fall on the health of the economy, spats often flare over the gauges used to measure growth and unemployment.
A popular conspiracy theory is spreading in the Trump family. It's ...  Washington Post
Donald Trump Jr. claims the U.S. unemployment rate is manipulated to make ...
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
What's The Deal With The Guy Accused Of A Crime Straight From 'Seinfeld'?
A judge has ruled that a man in Columbiaville, Michigan, will stand trial for a crime that seems inspired by a Seinfeld episode. No court date has been scheduled.
Man faces prison time for recycling scheme straight out of 'Seinfeld'
Man Hauled 10K Cans in Refund Scheme, Cops say  WDJT
With Twitter results on a treadmill, its shares tumble
SAN FRANCISCO - Twitter (TWTR) is in danger of becoming the next Internet company forced into a desperation sale if it can't find a way to start luring people and advertisers back to its sometimes-befuddling messaging service.
Twitter revenue growth stalls, struggles to boost users  Reuters
Twitter struggles to lure advertisers despite user growth  CNBC
Verizon misses subscriber estimates
Verizon Communications posted wireless subscriber gains that missed analysts' estimates, adding pressure on Chief Executive Officer Lowell McAdam to outline how the $4.8 billion takeover of Yahoo will help the company augment its maturing phone ...
Verizon posts subscriber gain shortfall, says Yahoo to fuel media push  Reuters
Insiders explain the identity crisis that led to Yahoo's demise  Business Insider