Apple breaks $500 threshold, 1st time since Jan.

New York Times website goes down
New York Times website goes down
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Associated Press
NEW YORK — The New York Times website is down and it’s unclear what caused the outage.
Spokeswoman Danielle Rhodes Ha says the newspaper is looking into the cause. The company offered no further details.
The website went down late Wednesday morning and continues to be inaccessible.


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The company’s newspaper and corporate sites also appeared to be unreachable. Emails sent to New York Times email addresses were returned as undeliverable.
“The New York Times Web site is experiencing technical difficulties. We expect to be back up shortly,” said the Times in a message sent from its official Twitter account just before noon on Wednesday.

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Apple breaks $500 threshold, 1st time since Jan.
Apple breaks $500 threshold, 1st time since Jan.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Associated Press
Apple Inc.’s shares surged passed the $500 threshold — their highest level since January.
Wednesday’s gains came a day after activist investor Carl Icahn said he thinks the iPhone maker should do more to revive its stock price.
The outspoken billionaire said in Twitter posts Tuesday that he had acquired an unspecified stake in Apple and had spoken to its CEO about boosting share repurchase plans. The stock immediately jumped, and closed at its highest level in nearly seven months.
Apple is committed to buying back $60 million in stock by the end of 2015. Icahn believes that program should be immediately increased.
The company’s stock peaked last year at $705.07 but began losing ground on concerns about slowing growth and growing competition.
Shares added $13.83 to $503.40 at midday.

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