Apple is no longer an iPhone company, Under Armour’s 14% stock plummet, and beards break P&G’s Gilette

Apple is no longer an iPhone company, Under Armour’s 14% stock plummet, and beards break P&G’s Gilette

Snacks Daily - July 31, 2019 - 14:03

Turns out Apple is no longer an iPhone company after releasing its latest quarterly earnings report. Under Armour hasn’t embraced the athleisure trend enough and its latest 14% stock drop reveals it needs a rebrand. And P&G stock jumped 4% even though it suffered a $5.4B loss — blame that on its razor biz (which is blaming beards).

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