• Apple unveils new $430 billlion U.S. investment plan

    1 month ago - By CNBC

    CNBC's Josh Lipton explains Apple's new U.S. investment plan, including a new campus in North Carolina.
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  • Apple to Add 20,000 New US Jobs in 5 Years, Including Big Expansion in Culver City and San Diego

    1 month ago - By The Wrap

    Apple will also invest in dozens of Apple TV+ productions across 20 states
    Apple expects to add 20,000 new domestic jobs over the next five years, including big expansions to its campuses in San Diego and Culver City, the tech giant said Monday.
    Additionally, Apple plans to invest in dozens of Apple TV+ productions across 20 states.
    The growth is part of the company's $430 billion investment in the United States over the next five years.
    “At this moment of recovery and rebuilding, Apple is doubling down on our commitment to US innovation and manufacturing with a generational investment...
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  • FDA to scrutinize unproven cancer drugs after 10-year gap

    FDA to scrutinize unproven cancer drugs after 10-year gap

    1 month ago - By Wood TV

    WASHINGTON - Each year, the U.S. approves dozens of new uses for cancer drugs based on early signs that they can shrink or slow the spread of tumors.
    But how often do those initial results translate into longer, healthier lives for patients?
    That seemingly simple question is one of the thorniest debates in medicine. It spills into public view Tuesday as the Food and Drug Administration convenes the first meeting in a decade to consider clawing back approvals from several cancer drugs that have failed to show they extend or improve life.
    The agency says it has used innovative research...
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  • Apple commits $430 billion in U.S. investments over the next five years

    1 month ago - By CNBC

    Apple announced on Monday that it plans to open a new campus in the Raleigh, North Carolina area as part of its plan to invest $430 billion in the U.S. over the next five years. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports.
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