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Daily Archives: February 1, 2018

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry step out in suits for first official evening appearance

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. (Photo: FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA, EPA-EFE) Meghan Markle and Prince Harry seem to really "suit" each other. The royal couple, both looking sharp in suits, made their first official evening appearance together since their engagement at the Endeavour Fund Awards Thursday in London. The event celebrates the achievements of injured and sick servicemen and women who have…

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E! ends Ryan Seacrest misconduct investigation, citing ‘insufficient evidence’

Ryan Seacrest arrives at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in New York. (Photo: DAN MACMEDAN/USA TODAY NETWORK) E! has ended its investigation of a harassment charge against Ryan Seacrest, concluding the allegations could not be substantiated, the network said Thursday. The inquiry focused on near-decade-old misconduct allegations by a former stylist who worked…

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Apple Forecast Falls Short After iPhone Sales Miss Estimates

By Updated on Apple Inc. forecast lower-than-expected revenue for the current quarter and reported iPhone sales from the crucial holiday period that missed analysts’ forecasts, suggesting waning demand for its most-important product. The Cupertino, California-based company said revenue in the three months ending in March will be $60 billion to $62 billion. Analysts were looking…

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Amazon Sales Surge During Best Holiday Quarter Growth Since 2009

By Updated on Amazon.com Inc. reported the strongest holiday quarter sales growth in eight years, fueled by the company’s dominance in e-commerce and cloud computing even as it pushes into new businesses such as advertising, entertainment and groceries. The results reassured investors that Amazon’s spending on its various initiatives poses no threat of distractions to its…

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Alphabet Profit Falls Short as Google’s Ad, Marketing Costs Rise

Google parent Alphabet Inc.’s fourth-quarter profit missed analysts’ estimates, hobbled by rising payments to web-search partners, higher marketing expenses and troubles at YouTube that weighed on its advertising business during the holiday quarter. Alphabet reported a hit to earnings related to taxes owed on overseas cash following recent changes to U.S. law. This $9.9 billion…

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