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Midday Market Report: 12/8/14

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  1. Apple iCloud under attack in China

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent says the Chinese government has been accused of backing a hack to steal iCloud credentials.

  2. China-backed hackers may have infiltrated Apple’s iCloud

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down reports of Apple’s iCloud hack in China and Staples probing a possible payment card data breach.

  3. Google threatened with $100M lawsuit over hacked celebrity photos

    Trial attorneys Joe Tacopina and Randy Zelin on the potential lawsuit against Google for not taking hacked celebrity photos off its websites.

  4. The selfie sombrero for well-dressed narcissists

    A’Money with Melissa Francis’ panel discusses headlines too money to miss.

  5. Will Apple shut down Beats streaming service?

    Audiquest founder William Low gives insight into reports that Apple will discontinue Beats streaming music service.

  6. Is Apple dropping Beats?

    TechCrunch reporter Josh Constine argues the Beats streaming music service will shut down.

  7. Where is the outrage over Hope Solo’s domestic violence charges?

    Townhall.com News Editor Katie Pavlich, National Republican fundraiser Noelle Nikpour and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo’s domestic violence charges, Apple’s strong iPhone sales despite iCloud concerns and reports Democrats are leading Republicans in fundraising ahead of the midterm elections.

  8. Panera CTO on adopting Apple Pay

    Panera CTO Blaine Hurst on the company’s decision to integrate with Apple Pay.

  9. Fallout from celebrity photo hacking

    Forbes.com columnist Carrie Sheffield and comedian Joe DeVito discuss the effects of the celebrity photo hack, and former Rep. Eric Cantor’s new Wall Street job.

  10. Apple’s hack hangover

    Wilson Rothman of The Wall Street Journal discusses how the celebrity hack impacts Apple’s brand.

  11. Apple facing brand-reputation nightmare?

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald discusses whether the recent celebrity photo hack will have any affect on the tech giant’s product launch next week.

  12. iCloud hackers leak celebrity photos

    Tech blogger Cassie Slane, Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore, Demos Senior Fellow Richard Benjamin and Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath Manning on the hacking of Apple’s iCloud .

  1. Managing the cyber threat

    Eric Hippeau of Lerer Hippeau Ventures gives his take on the importance of security for e-commerce and media.

  2. Music plays to a different tune: Streaming

    SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg weighs in on disrupters in the music industry.

  3. Morning Business Outlook: 11/20/14

    Apple adding 'Beats' to iPhone, iPad

  4. What’s the Deal, Neil: Why all sides need to be civil in politics

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the need to end the personal attacks in politics.

  5. Will data breach cause customers to turn to cash over cards?

    CreditSesame.com’s John Ulzheimer on shoppers’ concerns about retailers hit by cyber attacks.

  6. Cyber-attack against Apple’s iCloud deflected with no data breached

    TrustedSec CEO David Kennedy weighs in on a suspected Beijing cyber-attack on Apple.

  7. Are you safe from hackers?

    NYU Professor of Innovation Luke Williams says everyone is hacked in China, so the Apple iCloud hack will be forgotten quickly.

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