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Older iPhones Reported 'Breaking' After Apple Unveils iPhone 11

Older iPhones Reported 'Breaking' After Apple Unveils iPhone 11

Right after Apple announced the iPhone 11, numerous owners of older iPhones began to report device malfunctions reminiscent of a 2017 debacle in which the company admitted slowing the performance of older phones - 'officially' in order to extend their battery life. 

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Soft Bank Reportedly Planning To Buy $750 Million WeWork Shares In Floundering IPO

Soft Bank Reportedly Planning To Buy $750 Million WeWork Shares In Floundering IPO

Update: Having apparently decided that, since it can't stop CEO Adam Neumann from pressing ahead with his ill-fated IPO, it might as well do what it can to stanch the bleeding, Soft Bank is reportedly considering buying up to $750 million worth of WeWork shares in the offering - roughly one-fourth of the $3 billion WeWork is seeking to raise - to try and avoid, or at least delay, a massive on-paper loss.

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Stocks Soar Near Record Highs Despite Bond Bloodbath, Momo Meltdown

Stocks Soar Near Record Highs Despite Bond Bloodbath, Momo Meltdown

Quite a week...

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A "Dollar Funding Storm" Is Set To Make Landfall In Weeks: What Happens Next

A "Dollar Funding Storm" Is Set To Make Landfall In Weeks: What Happens Next

One month ago we explained why, regardless of the outcome of the US-China trade war and the fate of the US economy, the Fed may have no choice but to resume QE in the coming weeks - potentially as early as 4Q - in order ease funding pressures expected during the coming wave of accelerated Treasury supply as the US Treasury seeks to rebuild its cash balance up to $350 by mid-November.

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Actress Felicity Huffman, First Parent Sentenced In College Admissions Scandal, Gets 14 Days In Prison

Actress Felicity Huffman, First Parent Sentenced In College Admissions Scandal, Gets 14 Days In Prison

Following reports that she might avoid jail time, actress Felicity Huffman has been sentenced to 14 days in prison at a federal court in Boston on Friday.

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President Trump Met By Dozens Of Protesters After Arriving In Baltimore On Thursday

President Trump Met By Dozens Of Protesters After Arriving In Baltimore On Thursday

President Trump was met by dozens of protesters in downtown Baltimore on Thursday during his first visit to the city since he called it "disgusting" and "rodent infested", according to Reuters. They greeted the President with signs depicting him as a rat and telling him to "return to the swamp". 

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