Apple Falls Below $400 as Workers Seen Leaving

June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Apple dipped below $400 for the first time since April as a glut of unsold iPhones prompted Jefferies & Co. to lower its target price, and Global Equities Research said low morale is causing employee departures. Angie Lau reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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