Jane King has today's top stories:

Apple Could Soon Be Worth $1 Trillion:

Apple (AAPL)  is on its way to being the first ever company worth $1 trillion dollars. The stock soared after its earnings report where it beat revenue estimates. The quarterly report barely has any sales of the iPhone X, which goes on sales in stores today. Apple is predicting huge sales of the iPhone X for the holidays.

Starbucks Posted A Revenue Miss:

Starbucks (SBUX)  trimmed its profit forecast for the year and posted a revenue miss. It's also launching a branded credit card with Chase with a prepaid card to come later. The company said both cards will allow customers to earn Starbucks rewards when they spend. Starbucks is also selling its Tazo tea business to Unilever for $400 million.

President Trump's Twitter Account Got Shut Down:

A rogue Twitter (TWTR)  employee shut down President Trump's account on their last day of work. Visitors to the page were told it doesn't exist. The violation is raising questions about who has access to the President's account.

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