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Lost AirPods cost consumers more than half a billion dollars annually

CBS News Friday, 6 September 2019 ()
Now hear this: Apple's AirPod sales could exceed $10 billion this year, with 5% to 7% of sales to replace lost ear buds
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Yes, there's the Ezekiel Elliott news. But, let's first talk oil. Comstock Resources jumped 16% Wednesday as the company celebrated the closing of its $2.2 billion purchase of rival Covey Park by having Jerry Jones, its largest shareholder, ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange....

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