Yahoo Finance's Emily McCormick details stocks on the move on Wednesday.
Apple Inc on Wednesday won a reprieve from having to make major changes to its lucrative App Store while it appeals an antitrust lawsuit brought by "Fortnite" creator Epic Games. In September, a U.S. judge ordered Apple to change its App Store rules, which ban developers from including links in buttons to outside payment systems rather than using Apple's own in-app payments that charge a commission on sales. But with just slightly more than 12 hours remaining before the deadline, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals granted Apple's request to pause the order.
Tech investors are picking Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares Wednesday morning, and as of 11:40 a.m. ET the stock is up a solid 2%. For that, you can thank Apple fanboy site MacRumors -- and its latest report that Apple is making more progress in augmented reality than had previously even been guessed at. Why is there a picture of stacked baseball caps in an article on Apple?