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U.S. stocks open higher

Coke has faced headwinds in the US and internationally as more consumers move away from sugary drinks. The Fed is expected to keep rates unchanged as it wraps up its two-day policy meeting with a statement later in the day. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), which has had to defer raising interest rates, will begin its two-day meeting on Tuesday to decide whether the USA economy could absorb a rate increase in the near term.


Apple's earnings were a mixed bag

Apple's earnings were a mixed bag

Apple posted earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Tuesday, as a bet on the iPhone SE paid off. Overall revenue was down 15 percent from a year ago at $42.4 billion for Apple , which is the world's most valuable company.


Mobile Takeover Off The Table Amid Q2 Growth, Momentum?

Mobile Takeover Off The Table Amid Q2 Growth, Momentum?

Subscribers: T-Mobile added a whopping 890,000 net postpaid customers (including 646,000 postpaid phone adds) in the second quarter. As of 12:35 p.m. As T-Mobile continues to grow, analysts like Craig Moffett say it's no longer sensible to think of T-Mobile as an acquisition target and, in the cast of Sprint, T-Mobile could now be considered a potential buyer.


Apple is investing in augmented reality, says Tim Cook

Apple is investing in augmented reality, says Tim Cook

Shares of Apple rose 7% in after-hours US trading after slipping almost 1% in regular trading Tuesday. The iPhone contributes to over 60% of Apple's earnings, making it the most important device in the company's lineup. "We're looking forward to opening retail stores in India down the road, and we see huge potential for that vibrant country", he added. According to Tim Cook, India has ended up a standout amongst the most vital markets for Apple , and they will soon launch Apple-claimed ...



Verizon 2Q profit hurt by strike; revenue disappoints

Yahoo should join Verizon's other online asset, AOL , in the quest to craft a digital ad and media platform able to go toe-to-toe with rivals such as Facebook and Google . In focusing on mobile video from Yahoo , McAdam was giving a rather large compliment to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, who had made a focus on video part of her ill-fated turnaround campaign.