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Apple’s stock gets a boost from iPhone 7 reviews and demand | Recode Daily: September 14, 2016

And iOS 10 rolls out after an initial glitch.


.Apple managed to buck a down market Tuesday, closing up more than 2 percent on mostly positive reviews of the iPhone 7 and encouraging (though unspecific) preorder reports from Sprint and T-Mobile. Also Tuesday, Apple released iOS 10 (though not without a glitch) and updates to its watchOS and tvOS.
[Austen Hufford | Wall Street Journal]

.Zdenek Gazda, the fellow who shot the 20-second video of a wobbly Hillary Clinton being helped into a van on Sunday, stands to make some hefty cash thanks to his deal with Storyful, a company owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp that sources and distributes user-generated video. Storyful has already generated "a couple hundred thousand" dollars selling the usage rights to news organizations, which it will split with Gazda.
[Peter Kafka | Recode]

.Before he co-founded online education startup Udacity in 2012, Sebastian Thrun led Google's early work on autonomous vehicles. Now Udacity plans to ease a talent shortage in that field by offering a "nanodegree" program in self-driving technology, with support from Mercedes Benz, Didi Chuxing, Nvidia and new Uber acquisition Otto.
[Heather Somerville | Reuters]

.Jay Z's Tidal music streaming service is leaking money. Aspiro, Tidal's parent company, lost nearly $28 million last year, more than double its loss in 2014, even as revenue rose by 30 percent.
[Matthias Verbergt and David Gauthier-Villars | Wall Street Journal]

.Uber invited reporters to come check out the self-driving Fords it is going to start using in a portion of Pittsburgh today.
[Mike Isaac | New York Times]

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