Oracle Sales Down, FAA Delays Decision on Electronics Usage, FDA Lifts Restrictions on Plan B

Oracle sales failed to reach estimates for the second quarter in a row, with shares plummeting as much as 9.5%.

The FAA pushes back its decision on whether to relax restrictions on in-flight use of personal electronics to late September.

Tesla unveils a planned service that will swap depleted battery packs for charged ones in its luxury electric cars—in a matter of a couple minutes.

The FDA approves over-the-counter sale of the emergency contraceptive Plan B, lifting age restrictions.

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