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"Dismal failure", "worse than spam" just a couple sentiments on Apple + U2 album tie up. Agree or disagree Apple blew it with the U2 album stunt?
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"I was wrong about the Apple Watch: The Apple Watch isn't just another iDevice, a wearables accessory to the Apple ecosystem. It's a bold attempt to create a new kind of wrist-worn personal computer that looks like a smartwatch." Quartz 8:36 AM
"US banks race to gain Apple Pay card advantage" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 8:43 AM
"Apple Pay sparks inter-bank battle to be consumers' default choice" AppleInsider 9:34 AM
"Apple's Devious U2 Album Giveaway Is Even Worse Than Spam" Wired 8:41 AM
"Apple tie-up with U2 branded a 'dismal failure' by music retailers" Telegraph 8:37 AM
"Apple's Tim Cook on Charlie Rose, in three minutes" USA Today 8:59 AM
"Here's one important area where some people think the iPhone 6 Plus falls short" BGR 10:23 AM
"Breach Of Trust: There's a spectrum, as with all things, to the reactions people have had to Apple's promotional gifting of U2's new album, 'Songs of Innocence.' On one end you'll hear ridiculous, conspiracy-minded talk about how Apple has violated customer privacy by, you know, giving them a free album. On the other end you'll hear ridiculous derision of anybody who, even upon careful reflection, finds fault with the way Apple and U2 carried out this PR stunt." Bitsplitting 10:24 AM
"Stocks: 5 things to know before the open" CNNMoney 7:54 AM
"Stock Market Today: Stock Futures Fall as Eyes Turn to the Fed" TheStreet 7:53 AM
"U.S. Stocks Little-Changed as Investors Look to Fed on Rates: Investors Watching for Signs of Possible Tightening" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:56 AM
"Asia Markets: Japan stocks snap winning streak ahead of Fed meeting/ Japan stocks slipped Tuesday, snapping a five-session winning streak, as investors remained cautious ahead of the two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting." MarketWatch 7:53 AM
"Europe Markets: European stocks pull lower ahead of Fed, Scottish vote/European stocks slumped Tuesday, with investors facing uncertainty from the U.S. Federal Reserve's outlook on interest rates and the implications for European markets. Adding to the mix of unknowns was what lies ahead for the U.K. after Scotland votes on the issue of independence on Thursday." MarketWatch 7:53 AM
"Early Glance: Computer companies/Computer companies shares mixed at 10 a.m." Associated Press 9:56 AM
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