The Hillary Clinton email saga is basically over. The FBI says that while it was extremely careless of her to use an unsecured private server for her email, there wasn't anything resembling criminal intention on the part of Clinton or her staff at the State Department. Still, many others have been punished much, much more harshly for far less, and don't expect Donald Trump and the GOP to stop talking about Hillary's emails anytime soon.
[Noah Kulwin and Dawn Chmielewski | Recode]
Netflix and Comcast don't like each other very much, but the latter is apparently willing to put aside their many disputes for now: Comcast will let its customers access Netflix from Comcast set top boxes, which could help Netflix add subscribers that it desperately needs.
[Kara Swisher | Recode]
You should wait until September to buy your next iPhone: Not only is the next model expected to lose the headphone port, but the entry-level version will reportedly clock in at 32 gigabytes instead of 16.
[Joanna Stern | The Wall Street Journal]
A Citigroup analyst thinks that Brexit could seriously affect Apple's earnings report later this month. The company sells a lot of iPhones in the U.K., and people around the globe have less reason to upgrade their phones annually, in general.
[Adam Satariano | Bloomberg]
Twitter has named ex-Facebook CTO and Google Maps co-creator Bret Taylor to its board, on the heels of adding big names like BET chief Debra Lee and Pepsi CFO Hugh Johnston. The directorship carousel reflects Jack Dorsey's effort to remake the board that let the company fall into a tailspin over the last couple years.
[Dan Frommer | Recode]
Twitter paid the NFL $10 million for the rights to stream some of its games this fall, a landmark deal for Twitter, which is still struggling to gain new users. Today, we get a glimpse of what live sports will look like on the service as it streams Wimbledon. Live sports drives TV, and digital platforms like Twitter want TV-like audiences and TV-like ad dollars.
[Kurt Wagner | Recode]
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