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Arlanda, Stockholm, Sweden - April 29, 2018: Thomas Cook, Airbus A320 in fluffy white clouds, landing at Stockholm Arlanda Airport / ARN. Jet aircraft / plane./Getty Images

All of Apple’s U.S. phones could be made outside of China if needed.

Apollo Global is buying Shutterfly in $2.7 billion deal.

Justin Bieber challenged Tom Cruise to fight.

Uber is making a fintech push with a hiring spree in NYC.

Intel has acquired Barefoot Networks.

United Sporting Cos, a large firearms distributor whose roots date to the Great Depression, has filed for bankruptcy protection.

Amazon is shutting down its Amazon Restaurants food delivery service in the U.S. later this month.

Kim Jong Un’s murdered half brother was meeting with the CIA. 

Club Med’s Chinese owner wants to buy Thomas Cook.

Goldman Sachs says the Federal Reserve won’t cut rates this year.

Book distribution company Readerlink LLC is working towards making a bid for Barnes & Nobles Inc that would top hedge fund Elliott Management Corp’s agreed price to buy the U.S bookseller.

White House budget chief looks to delay Huawei ban.

Supreme Court refuses to consider whether Second Amendment protects gun silencers.