Home / 2017 / August / 02

Daily Archives: August 2, 2017

Apple, Inc. Reports Strong Growth

In its second quarter, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) proved its recent return to growth won’t be short-lived. Better-than-expected results, as well as growth in every one of the tech giant’s product segments, highlighted a strong business with loyal customers. Headed into the upcoming launch of its 10th-anniversary iPhone, Apple’s business is …

Read More »

Foster says Varadkar's border comments 'unhelpful'

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said Taoiseach Leo Varadkar needs to accept that Brexit is going ahead. She also accused Mr Varadkar of being “unhelpful” by making comments about the Irish border after the UK leaves the European Union. Mrs Foster said she was looking forward to meeting Mr Varadkar …

Read More »

Boy Scout leaders did not praise Trump speech

The White House has been forced to row back on claims by President Donald Trump that he received personal telephone calls praising his immigration policies and a speech he made to the Scouts. Mr Trump claimed top Boy Scout leaders called him to laud a politically aggressive speech he gave …

Read More »

Restaurant Brands profit beats on Burger King strength

Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images An employee assists a customer at the drive-through of a Burger King restaurant in Peoria, Illinois. Tim Hortons and Burger King parent Restaurant Brands International’s‘s quarterly profit beat Wall Street estimates as its chains, which sell coffee, donuts, burgers and fried chicken, did …

Read More »