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Photo illustration of Elon Musk and Twitter on an iPhone.

Elon Musk’s plan to turn Twitter into more of a subscription service threatens to set up a showdown with Apple and Google. Also: Apple eyes Arizona for US-made chips and cuts Mac prices for businesses
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