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Apple To Accept Broken iPhones For Trade-InApple for the first time is accepting damaged iPhones as a trade-in from people wanting to upgrade. North Texas residents can trade in their old iPhones at any of the six Apple stores in Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, Plano or Southlake.
JC Penney Looking At Possible Plano-HQ Sale & Partial LeasebackJ.C. Penney is looking to potentially sell and partially leaseback its headquarters in Plano to help lower debt and create long-term savings.
H-E-B Recalls Ice Cream Over Possible Wood SliversH-E-B supermarkets have issued a voluntary recall for its Creamy Creations Caramel Pecan Turtle ice cream over possible wood pieces in the product. There have been no reports of illness from the ice cream.
Toyota Discontinues Scion After Slumping SalesToyota is discontinuing its Scion brand, aimed at younger car buyers, after years of slumping sales. Sales of all models combined peaked at just over 173,000 in 2006. Last year, there were just over 56,000 sold.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls Chargers That Can Slip Off JacksFiat Chrysler is recalling more than 500,000 Dodge Chargers worldwide because they can slip off of a jack when tires are being changed. The recall covers vehicles from the 2011 to 2016 model years.
The Home Depot Hiring More Than 80,000 Spring WorkersThe Home Depot is on a hiring spree. The nation's largest home improvement chain said Wednesday that it's hiring more than 80,000 seasonal workers nationwide for its busy spring season.
Exxon Mobil Beats Q4 Profit ForecastsExxon Mobil on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter profit of $2.78 billion. The results beat Wall Street expectations, but Exxon Mobil does not adjust its reported results based on one-time events such as asset sales.
Alphabet Passes Apple As World's Most Valuable CompanyAlphabet now comes before Apple atop the list of the world's most valuable companies. The shift occurred in Monday's extended trading after Alphabet, Google's new parent company, released a fourth-quarter earnings report.
American Airlines Beats 4th Quarter Profit ForecastsFort Worth-based American Airlines reported a record profit for the fourth quarter and all of 2015 as a sharp drop in fuel prices more than offset lower revenue.
Google Parent Alphabet May Soon Top Apple's ValueAs the digital advertising market booms and demand for smartphones wanes, Alphabet could soon dethrone Apple as the world's most valuable company, five months after Google reorganized itself under the holding company.
Xerox Separating Into 2 Independent Publicly Traded CompaniesXerox is separating into two independent publicly traded companies. The planned breakup follows pressure from activist investor Carl Icahn.
Chemical Safety Board Approves New Recommendations To Avoid Another West-Type IncidentNew standards to save lives. That's the hope as the U.S. Chemical Safety Board approved new recommendations after the deadly explosion at West Fertilizer in 2013.

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