Facebook Russia Ads, Apple and Qualcomm: Tuesday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: Over 126 million of Russian sponsored Facebook ads were released before the election, Apple may drop Qualcomm and use Intel instead and Sony is having record high profits this year thanks to Playstation.
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Jane King has today's top stories:

Millions of People Saw Russian Ads on Facebook Before The Election:

The number of Americans exposed to Russian ads on Facebook (FB) - Get Report  is growing. The social media network says 126 million people saw those ads before the election. Facebook gave the details about the reach of Russian posts in written testimony the company provided to U.S. lawmakers, which was seen by Reuters. Facebook and other big tech companies are to answer questions tomorrow on Russia's influence in the 2016 election.

Apple May Drop Qualcomm:

Apple (AAPL) - Get Report  may be looking to drop Qualcomm (QCOM) - Get Report . The Wall Street Journal says it is designing phones that would not use the Qualcomm chips. Instead it is working on using Intel (INTC) and MediaTek components. Apple and Qualcomm are locked in an intense legal fight over patent royalties.

Thanks To Playstation Sony is Raising Its Dividend:

Sony's (SNE) - Get Report  Playstation gaming units are causing the company to predict record high profits this year. Sony is also raising its dividend.

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