Apple Inc. changed the planned date of its first-quarter earnings report Wednesday, pushing the report back a day. According to Wall Street Journal reporter Daisuke Wakabayashi, Apple moved its earnings date from Monday, April 25, to Tuesday, April 26, because many executives plan to attend memorial services for Bill Campbell, a former Apple board member and Intuit Inc. CEO who died this week. Apple is expected to report the first year-over-year decline in iPhone sales since the smartphone was introduced in 2007.
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