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  • Chief Executive Tim Cook apologized Friday to customers frustrated with glaring errors in its new Maps service and, in an unusual move for the consumer giant, directed them to rival services such as Google Inc's Maps instead. **GOOGLE INC, Friday close $754.50, up 0.6 pct premarket.

  • Chief Executive Tim Cook apologized Friday to customers frustrated with glaring errors in its new Maps service and, in an unusual move for the consumer giant, directed them to rival services such as Google Inc's Maps instead. **MICROSOFT CORP, Friday close $29.76, down 0.20 pct premarket. RBC and Jefferies& Co both reduced their price targets on Microsoft's stock.

  • Oct 1- U.S. egg supplier Cal-Maine Foods Inc. Cal-Maine posted a first-quarter profit of $9.4 million, or 39 cents per share, up from $3.1 million, or $13 cents per share, a year earlier. Jackson, Mississippi- based Cal-Maine's shares closed at $44.94 on Friday on the Nasdaq.

  • Oct 1- Cal-Maine Foods Inc:. *Q1 earnings per share $0.39. *Q1 sales $272.9 million versus $243.8 million.

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