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iPhone gossip alert. Amid conflicting rumors, on Monday the latest report out of Apple’s leak-crazy Asian suppliers suggested that new versions of the iPhone will arrive as usual in September, as earlier manufacturing issues have been resolved.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger bestowed some wisdom. During a highly anticipated annual Q&A, Berkshire Hathaway’s CEO and vice chairman spoke about the pitfalls of capitalism, the benefits of AI, and plans for the company after Buffett’s death. Buffett also slammed Wells Fargo’s response to a fraud scandal; the bank responded that it agreed with him.
A runner almost cracked the elusive two-hour marathon time. Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge missed the mark by just 25 seconds. His time, which was the fastest recorded marathon, won’t be counted as a world record due to the use of pacers.
Not an Apple rumor. With many on Wall Street saying Apple should acquire a major media company, two analysts at Goldman Sachs turned the tables and wrote that it is Google that needs to up its M&A efforts. Trailing far behind Amazon and Microsoft in cloud services, Google should bolster its cloud pitch by buying a software or services company with big sales to corporate customers, the analysts said.
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