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Good morning in the wake of the bomb and bombing traders on high alert that's -- Associated Press -- later deemed fake.
And explosions at the White House injuring the president sent the Dow tumbling a 144.
Points in -- -- two minutes yesterday afternoon.
Those losses were turned around when he said it's Twitter account hacked the Dow finishing -- 652.
Apple posting its first annual profit decline in a decade but managing to -- street expecting -- The tech giant also announcing the biggest stock buy back in history for turning some -- it's a 145.
Billion dollar cash -- to shareholders.
But consumers might be the most disappointed.
Apple says it will not -- any new products this summer.
And fans will have to wait until fall.
Handing over your FaceBook and Twitter passwords to your future -- may be -- -- condition of getting hired.
That's because a provision in new cyber security bill that passed in the house last week preventing companies from giving up -- social passwords was voted down.
Now it's unlikely that legislation is passed but there is increasing pressure on private companies to fork over users' personal data.
And the Justice Department suing Lance Armstrong for the millions of dollars the US Postal Service spent to sponsor.
And now cycling star the complaint says -- use of drugs breach of contract.
And that's business for more log on -- foxbusiness.com.
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