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NEW YORK, Aug 19- U.S. stocks ended higher for the second straight session on Tuesday as upbeat housing market data and strong earnings from Dow component Home Depot overshadowed lingering concerns about the conflict in Ukraine.
Apple Inc. rose 1.4 percent to $100.53 with 67,310,800 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. was unchanged at $24.64 with 20,096,900 shares traded. Facebook Inc. rose. 9 percent to $75.29 with 26,104,400 shares traded.
Apple Inc s rose $1.24 or 1.2 percent, to $100.40. Hewlett Packard Co. rose$. 25 or. 7 percent, to $35.59. International Business Machines Corp. rose$. 52 or. 3 percent, to $189.88.
Former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe is going to Uber to help fight "The Big Taxi cartel," Uber says. Re/code reports.
*Apple retakes triple-digit territory, hits $100. NEW YORK, Aug 19- U.S. stocks rose for a second straight session on Tuesday as upbeat housing market data and strong earnings from Dow industrials component Home Depot overshadowed lingering worry about the conflict in Ukraine.
Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer stepped down from the company's board.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Family Dollar wouldn't have been acquired without his prodding, activist investor Carl Icahn says.
Amazon has a sky-high valuation and it looks like a venture-capital firm. So, what's the plan, Jeff Bezos?
*Home Depot climbs after earnings, outlook. *Apple retakes triple-digit territory, hits $100. NEW YORK, Aug 19- U.S. stocks advanced on Tuesday after solid earnings from Home Depot helped lift retailers' shares and Apple touched $100 for the first time since its stock split this summer.
Apple hit $100 a share for first time since its seven-for-one split in June.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
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Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses his original review of Google where he called it the best search site he has ever used.
Most likely to be another Netscape? Would never catch Microsoft and Yahoo? Google has proved a lot of pundits wrong since its IPO.
Former president of Apple's product division, Jean-Louis Gassée, discusses the division of labor between personal computers and tablets, and how tablets can become more profitable.
If Google had used a traditional IPO process when its stock debuted 10 years ago, it would have made less money, the Silicon Valley pioneer who crafted the deal tells CNBC.
The facts of Google's first 10 years are impressive.
With a healthy cash stockpile, an active VC arm and a cache that's unrivaled in the online world, Google should stay king of the hill, analysts say.
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