How Important Is China Mobile for Apple's iPhone?

Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Apple, ending six years of negotiations, struck a deal to sell the iPhone through China Mobile, giving both companies a means to fight declining share in the market of 1.2 billion wireless subscribers. Adam Satariano reports on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

Arsenic TV: The Snapchat Account to Watch
31:26 - You probably haven’t heard of Arsenic, which airs only on the Snapchat app. Other programming includes the Q&A 5 Snap Facts and Arsenic Flex, a workout segment. And even if you have, you may want to keep it to yourself. The content isn’t pornographic by Supreme Court standards, but as the name implies, Arsenic’s videos can feel a bit dangerous: Think of an American Apparel ad with many, many more thong shots filmed from what would be hard to call a respectful distance. Bloomberg Businessweek's Max Chafkin has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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