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Apple Vs. Samsung Showdown Heads To Trial

The late Apple chief Steve Jobs vowed before he died to destroy Android and that fight continues after his death. Apple is trying to keep Samsung's Android phones and tablets out of the U.S., charging that Samsung is violating Apple's patents. Apple has taken this fight global. Guest host David Greene talks to NPR's Laura Sydell about Monday's case.
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Jack Daniel's To Author: Cease And Desist

Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey is an American classic with a distinctive black-labeled bottle that kind of looks like the typeface on an old wanted poster. Patrick Wensink wrote a novel called Broken Piano for President with a cover that was clearly inspired, maybe a little too much, by Jack Daniel's.
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Longtime Chick-Fil-A Spokesman Dies

Don Perry, 60, joined Chick-fil-A in 1983. His death comes amid a controversy over remarks made about gay marriage by Chick-fil-A's president.
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The U.S. Economy, Sliced And Diced In Two Graphics

Economic growth slowed in the second quarter. We look at just how the U.S. economy breaks down into goods and services.
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McDonald's Food Has A Healthy Glow, At Least In China

A new ad by McDonald's China reinforces the brand's image in the country as healthful and wholesome. And it will work, a market analyst says, because the Chinese trust that American food brands are safer than their own.
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Economy Slowed Further In Second Quarter

The nation's gross domestic product grew at a 1.5 percent annual rate, the Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates, down from a 2 percent pace in the first quarter.
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Facebook Earnings Reflect Slowing Ad Revenue

Facebook reported earnings Thursday — for the first time as a public company. After its botched IPO, Facebook's investors hoped for a positive surprise. But that didn't happen.

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