Apple has added a handful of stores in the United States, with the addition of two Apple Stores in New York and Washington, D.C. The retail giant has expanded its U.S. footprint with a dozen locations in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Chicago, and it’s looking to expand the footprint with additional stores in Austin, Texas, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Memphis, and Cincinnati.
The search engine giant is expected to report earnings this afternoon that will show its search traffic actually dropped last quarter.
Google has a very strong position in the mobile search market and has long been a top search engine in the United States.
Google has a market share of about 5 percent and has been in a strong position for some time.
However, the company’s search traffic is down over the last several quarters, with a year-over-year decline of around $1 billion.
The company is expected on Friday to report revenue of $6.8 billion and adjusted earnings per share of $1.10.
That would put the earnings per market share on par with Amazon.com and Microsoft.
Nike is set to launch two new shoes that it says will be available exclusively through the Beats brand.
The first pair of Nike Beats 1 shoes is set for a release in late September, with a price tag of $199.99.
The second pair of Beats 2 shoes will launch in mid-October, with prices ranging from $129 to $349.
Nike previously unveiled Beats 1 sneakers in the fall of 2015, and launched them in a limited number of select stores in March of 2016.
It launched the Beats 1 Premium collection, which sold out in about a week.
The new shoes will be the first Beats sneakers to go on sale in the United States, according to a report from Bloomberg Businessweek.
The first pair, Nike Beats 5 Premium, was released on October 31, 2016.
In August, Nike announced a $200 million investment in Beats to expand the company’s online presence and expand its presence in Asia.
The Beats brand has been expanding worldwide in recent years with new releases in China, India, and Australia.