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Apple shares could fall as they are set to be reclassified in the annual reconstitution of the widely followed Russell indexes.
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BEIJING— A Chinese regulator has ordered Apple Inc. to stop selling two versions of its iPhone 6 in Beijing after finding they look too much like a competitor, but Apple says sales are going ahead while it appeals. The order by the Beijing tribunal said the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus looked too much like the 100 C model made by Shenzhen Beili, a small Chinese brand.
Apple says it is appealing the ban on sales of the iPhone 6s in Beijing.
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A Beijing regulator ordered Apple to stop selling some smartphones in the city because their design was too close to a Chinese firm’s model.
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U.S. stocks closed lower Friday, with health care and tech stocks lagging, amid continued uncertainty ahead of next week's scheduled Brexit vote.
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SAN FRANCISCO— Apple is embroiled in a patent dispute in China that threatens to block future sales of the iPhone 6 in Beijing unless the company can overturn a regulator's recent ruling. Apple Inc. is still being allowed to sell both of the affected iPhone models while it appeals the ruling to an intellectual property court in China. China accounted for 26...
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A Beijing regulator said it would bar Apple from selling its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models because of "patent infringement" against 100C phones.
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