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NY fruit growers expect bountiful harvest for 2013

Upstate New York farmers are anticipating a great year for apples and other fruit after many suffered weather-related losses in 2012. Full story

How Apple's App Store Changed Business at Its Core

Five years ago, Apple launched its App Store. We examine its far-reaching effects on how businesses price, sell and deliver goods and how they market to customers. Full story

U.S. FDA proposes arsenic limit in apple juice

(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, after decades of consideration, has proposed limiting the amount of inorganic arsenic in apple juice to the same level of the potential cancer-causing chemical allowed in U.S. drinking water. Full story

Why Is Arsenic Bad for You?

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced that it will now limit the amount of arsenic allowed in apple juice. Full story

FDA reduces arsenic levels in apple juice

   The Food and Drug Administration is lowering the current acceptable amount of arsenic in apple juice from 23 parts per billion to 10.

Mike Barnicle: We live in the ‘land of no eye contact’

In celebration of the fifth anniversary of Apple's App Store, a Morning Joe panel discusses the benefits and dangers of new technology during an Afternoon Mo Joe roundtable. Full story

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  Federal judge rules Apple violated antitrust law

On Wednesday, which happened to be the anniversary of Apple’s app store, a judge ruled Apple engaged in a “conspiracy” with publishers to raise e-book prices to undercut Amazon. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Apple Says It Did Nothing Wrong

The tech giant is pushing back against a ruling it violated antitrust laws, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  Ed's top trenders

Ed Schultz broadcasts from The Essence Festival in New Orleans, LA, and shares the best of the show's top trenders, including Apple's core fanbase on the Hill and more!

  Apple Stock Shines This Week

Fast Money trader Jon Najarian reveals he is seeing usual activity in solar stocks. And Apple is on track for its best weekly gain in two months, says Brian Marshall, ISI Group, explaining why he thinks the company offers a good investment opportunity ...

  Rolling Stone names worst band names in history

TODAY’s Willie Geist and guest anchor Mel B chat about topics making headlines today, including Rolling Stone magazine’s new list of the worst band names in rock history. On the list: the Beatles.

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A MacBook Air laptop is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.

A MacBook Air laptop is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni