Apple Inc. Denies iCloud Breach in Celebrity Photo Hacking, CVS Changes Name, Stops Selling Cigarettes

To restore confidence before its new iPhone launch, Apple, Inc. says that its systems were not directly breached in this past weekend’s celebrity photo scandal, in which numerous private photos were leaked through hacking iCloud accounts.

Fast-food workers demanding a $15 hourly wage have planned their next round of strikes for Thursday. Thousands of home-care workers are expected to join the protests, which will take place in more than 100 cities.

Drugstore chain CVS has stopped selling cigarettes a month ahead of schedule and has changed its name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health.

Home Depot is investigating a possible credit and debit card breach.

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