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Australian Jack Cooksey waited in line overnight to be the first to buy Apple's new iPhone, only to drop the phone during an interview with Channel Nine.
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CNBC's Robert Frank reports Alibaba's Jack Ma plans to sell $1 billion or more worth of his shares in the company, and his total net worth is now $27 billion.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from Palo Alto, California, where hundreds of Apple fans lined up to buy the new iPhones. Tim Cook's CEO says he has both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Barry James of James Advantage Funds, thinks investors should let the froth die in Alibaba before getting in; and Michael Crofton, Philadelphia Trust Company CEO,