Ebone Monet and SDSU marketing lecturer Miro Copic talk about a portion of the week’s top business stories. The current week’s points:
Apple declared a suite of new services to keep running on its gadgets Monday, including Apple TV application, Apple News, Apple Card, Apple Arcade and an Apple credit card
Apple’s financial report throughout the previous three months of 2018, the critical holiday season, uncovered the extent of the iPhone droop: a 15% drop in income from the earlier year.
Padre’s Season Opener
The San Diego Padres opened their 2019 season Thursday against the San Francisco Giants with occasions and pomp at Petco Park. San Diego’s East Village Association held a block gathering alongside the ballpark. The marking of third baseman Manny Machado brought positive thinking for a superior season after two last-place finishes in the past three seasons.
San Diego Gets Another Unicorn
A unicorn is a secretly held new business esteemed at more than $1 billion. San Diego-based Kyriba is set to turn into the city’s most recent unicorn thanks to a $160 million investment. The company develops software to help corporations manage finances.
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