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By Matt O'Brien, CHINEDU ASADU, Associated Press
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By Mike McDowall, OZY
No fanfare. No cleverly contrived quote for the history books. And yet, at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 1969, three months after Neil Armstrong’s famous step, came another giant leap for mankind. Just months after the first manned moon…
By Travis Daub
After a rocky day in the markets, Apple computer began their quarterly earnings call and announced historically high numbers.
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