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Higher prices for Apple's newest iPhones won't deter Apple's loyal customer base, and likely means bigger earnings, says Morgan Stanley.
A VC firm started by OpenTable founder Chuck Templeton has closed its second fund at $180 million to invest in food tech startups.
A Swiss financial watchdog has closed down providers of a “fake” cryptocurrency called E-Coin.
Jefferies starts coverage for Tesla shares at an underperform rating.
Mexico would regulate its fast-growing financial technology sector, including firms that use crypto-currencies like bitcoin, to protect consumers and spur competition, under a proposed bill seen by Reuters.
It's not the Vision Fund, but SoftBank Ventures Korea is another unit of the Japanese conglomerate looking to invest in start-ups.
One-time pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne has beaten superstar Beyonce at something, but she may not be totally happy with her victory.
William Bao Bean, general partner at early stage VC firm SOSV, says there is massive amounts of money flowing into AI in China.
Wal-Mart is expanding an option that allows shoppers using food stamps to order items through its online grocery pickup platform.
Rolls Royce expects China will soon begin engine manufacturing for jumbo jets, Chairman Ian Davis said.
A former trader at SAC Capital Advisors LP wants to withdraw his 2013 insider trading guilty plea.
Investors should look for high growth sectors when stock-picking, the head of Nikko Asset Management said.
Here's a rundown of where Softbank's Vision Fund has put its money so far.
"If you go to the wrong box, you don't get the free credit monitoring. You pay $17.95 a month," says George Jepsen.
Voice is poised to be big business in health care.
Intel stock rose slightly after the company said Alphabet-owned Waymo is using its chips.
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