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By Tammy Bruce
The EPA takes its cue from rogue president on wage-garnishment scheme
Topic - Walter Piecyk
That effect will hardly be visible when Apple reports results for the most recent quarter in two weeks, Piecyk believes, but he said it will become more apparent later this year.
Phone companies are seeing the profits sapped by the subsidies they pay for the iPhone, he notes, and are set to curb their upgrade policies and otherwise make it harder for people to trade up to the newest model.