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Apple will buy back up to $100 billion worth of shares.

Meanwhile Snapchat slips in the first quarter to its slower user growth rate ever; the stock falls 16 percent.

Ron Gutman, CEO of VC-backed HealthTap, ousted by board amid allegations he threatened and intimidated employees.

Oil markets brace for Trump to kill Iran deal.

Amazon made 200 phone calls with cities it rejected for its second HQ and some are making changes.

A Broadway producer attempts to make late bid for Weinstein Co.

Wendell Jamieson, who was ousted as metro editor at NY Times, was accused of inappropriate behavior by at least three female employees.

Florida airport mass killer Esteban Santiago won’t face death penalty.

NBC news urged its anchors to report on supportive Tom Brokaw letter amid inappropriate behavior claims against the veteran anchor.

Photo: People wait on a street in front of an Apple store as they await sales of the new iPad in the Apple store in Munich March 16, 2012. Reuters/Michaela Rehle