Apple's iPhone Event: What You Need to Know
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Apple on Tuesday will unveil the latest iPhones, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Here's what you need to know about the company's most important product event in years.
What Apple's iPhone Launch Could Mean for Its Suppliers
Shares of companies that provide Apple with iPhone parts tend to underperform in the months following a new model's launch.
Ex-Executive at Deutsche Bank Accused in Subprime Loan Case
Federal prosecutors accused the former head of subprime mortgage trading at Deutsche Bank AG of misleading investors about loans backing $1.4 billion in securities issued in 2007, according to a fraud complaint filed in Brooklyn federal court.
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Equifax Lobbied for Easier Regulation Before Data Breach
Equifax was lobbying lawmakers and federal agencies to ease up on regulation of credit-reporting companies in the months before its massive data breach.
Fintech Firm SoFi Says CEO Mike Cagney Will Step Down by Year-End
Social Finance Inc., one of the most highly valued private financial-technology startups in the U.S., said on Monday night that Chairman and Chief Executive Mike Cagney would step down by the end of the year.
Yelp Claims Google Broke Promise Made to Regulators
Online-reviews firm Yelp Inc. alleged that Google is breaking a promise it made as part of a 2012 regulatory settlement to not scrape content from certain third-party sites including Yelp, escalating its yearslong battle against the search giant.
Google Plots to Conquer Self-Driving Cars-by Making Peace With Detroit
John Krafcik spent decades in the auto industry. As the head of Waymo, Alphabet's autonomous vehicle unit, he's charged with schooling Silicon Valley in the ways of Detroit.
Opioid Painkiller Makers Seek to Dismiss State Lawsuit
A group of opioid painkiller makers has asked an Ohio court to dismiss the state's case alleging the companies misrepresented the addiction risks of their drugs, arguing the lawsuit is "fatally defective."
Rue21 Wins Confirmation of Chapter 11 Turnaround Plan
Ailing retailer rue21 got a fresh start in bankruptcy court, and its exiting owners, Apax Partners, got out from under the threat of lawsuits from vendors, landlords and other creditors owed $409 million.
Coming Soon: A Streaming TV Bundle for People Who Don't Like Sports
Cable channels owned by Discovery Communications, Viacom Inc., AMC Networks, A+E Networks and Scripps Networks Interactive will be part of a new streaming service expected to have a "soft launch" in coming weeks that will exclude sports programming.
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September 12, 2017 03:15 ET (07:15 GMT)