Why Apple Inc.'s Next iPhone X Will Cost at Least $899

Why Apple Inc.'s Next iPhone X Will Cost at Least $899

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In the fall of 2017, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) introduced three new smartphones: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were priced roughly in line with their predecessors, while the iPhone X started at a higher price point than even the highest-end configuration of any other iPhone.

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Facebook Simplifies Metrics After Data-Reporting Issues, Advertiser Confusion

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On Thursday, the company announced plans to more clearly label certain metrics after confirming that some advertisers were confused about which metrics were estimates based on sampling and modeling, versus actually counted data.“We want to be transparent around how things are calculated,” said




Brad Smallwood,




vice president of marketing science at Facebook.

Oracle Corporation Is Stepping Up to Cloud Prominence

Oracle Corporation Is Stepping Up to Cloud Prominence

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When Wall Street thinks of the companies leading the migration of computing off local servers and onto the global cloud, Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is not very high on that list.As long as Amazon, SAP and Salesforce grow, Oracle stock grows with them.

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Huawei’s U.K. Relationship Raises U.S. Concerns

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carriers use Huawei gear, but the report made it politically difficult for bigger ones, such as






AT&T
Inc.Governments of Britain, Canada and Australia allow major phone carriers in their respective countries to use Huawei equipment but give special scrutiny to Huawei gear.

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Chinese Regulator Seizes Anbang

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The company will be overseen by a working group of regulators from various agencies for at least one year




















Updated Feb.ET







SHANGHAI—China’s insurance regulatory agency Friday took control of hard-charging, acquisitive Anbang Insurance Group Co.

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France Cracks Down on Islamic Extremism

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PARIS—The French government announced new measures on Friday to curb Islamic radicalization in schools and prisons as the country faces the return of hundreds of nationals who joined Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.The return of scores of battle-hardened jihadists from Islamic State territory has placed the French government in a bind, straining its legal system and overcrowded jails.

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With U.S. Push, Pakistan Placed on Terror Finance List

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and allowed Pakistan to be placed on an international terror-financing watch list, officials from countries involved in the decision said Friday, dealing a blow to the South Asian country’s struggling economy.At the meeting of the secretive body in Paris, Saudi Arabia joined China and Turkey on Tuesday to vote down the U.

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The Alleged $1.2 Billion Ponzi Scheme Sapping L.A.’s Trophy-Home Market

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When real-estate developer Woodbridge Group of Companies bought the famous Owlwood estate in Los Angeles in September 2016, the $90 million transaction marked the pinnacle of a nearly four-year property acquisition spree.The company announced it planned to preserve the 1930s-era, Holmby Hills property—once owned by Tony Curtis and later by the pop duo Sonny & Cher—renovate it and add square footage before relisting it.

3 Stocks That Feel Like Microsoft in 1986

3 Stocks That Feel Like Microsoft in 1986

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As a testament to CommerceHub's capabilities, major companies like Walgreens, Guess, Dell, Kohl's and many others have already signed up.More From The Motley Fool 3 Growth Stocks at Deep-Value Prices 5 Expected Social Security Changes in 2018 6 Years Later, 6 Charts That Show How Far Apple, Inc.