TSMC to Remain Sole iPhone Chip Supplier, Could Provide ARM-Based Chips for Mac in 2020, Apple Car Chips in 2023

  1. TSMC to Remain Sole iPhone Chip Supplier, Could Provide ARM-Based Chips for Mac in 2020, Apple Car Chips in 2023  Mac Rumors
  2. One month later: iPhone XS versus the iPhone XS Max  AppleInsider
  3. iPhone XR release detailed as Apple expands iPhone XS sales  SlashGear
  4. Kuo Predicts ‘Better Than Expected’ Replacement Demand for iPhone XR, Raises Shipment Forecasts  Mac Rumors
  5. Get Pre-Approved For The iPhone XR Right Now Or You’ll Be Sorry  Forbes
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Tesla Surges After Musk Agrees to SEC Settlement and Will Remain CEO

  1. Tesla Surges After Musk Agrees to SEC Settlement and Will Remain CEO  TheStreet.com
  2. The $40 million tweet: Elon Musk settles with SEC, Tesla bears the brunt  ZDNet
  3. The SEC just yanked Elon Musk’s Twitter privileges  New York Post
  4. Tesla near profitability, says Musk  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Elon Musk Settled With the SEC, but Tesla’s Troubles Aren’t Over  New York Times
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Elon Musk to resign as chair of Tesla board but remain CEO

Elon Musk to resign as chair of Tesla board but remain CEOElon Musk has reached a deal over fraud charges that will see him step down as electric automaker Tesla’s chairman of the board and pay a $20 million fine but stay on as CEO, US securities regulators said Saturday. The agreement eases pressure on Tesla’s embattled CEO, who faced potentially being barred from serving as an officer or board member of a publicly traded company as a result of the charges, which stemmed from a tweet by Musk about taking the company private. “The settlements, which are subject to court approval, will result in comprehensive corporate governance and other reforms at Tesla — including Musk’s removal as chairman of the Tesla board — and the payment by Musk and Tesla of financial penalties” of $20 million each, the Securities and Exchange Commission said in a statement.


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Google to Pay Apple $12 Billion to Remain Safari's Default Search Engine in 2019: Report

  1. Google to Pay Apple $12 Billion to Remain Safari’s Default Search Engine in 2019: Report  Fortune
  2. Google’s Default Search Status In iOS Safari Could Bring $9 Billion Apple Windfall  Hot Hardware
  3. Report: Google to pay Apple $9 billion to remain default search engine on Safari  Search Engine Land
  4. Apple Looks Down on Ads But Takes Billions From Google  Bloomberg
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Google reportedly pays Apple $9 billion/year to remain the iPhone's default search engine

  1. Google reportedly pays Apple $9 billion/year to remain the iPhone’s default search engine  BGR
  2. Google could be paying Apple $9B or more to stay Safari’s default search engine  AppleInsider
  3. Google pays $9 billion to stay the default iPhone search engine  Cult of Mac
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