Apple is coming off a bad week
The problems began on Tuesday, when users running Apple’s macOS High Sierra operating system on their computers were informed that anyone with a Mac computer could gain system administrator access.
Apple’s attempt to fix the issue reportedly caused other problems that Apple appears to still be trying to handle.
Then, iPhone users on Saturday began to report that an iOS11 bug was making their phones crash. Apple issued a software update to fix the problem, but some users still said that the crashes were stopping them from accessing the upgrade.
CVS has agreed to buy health insurer Aetna for about $69 billion
The deal, which was announced Sunday, could shake up the healthcare industry. But why was it made?
Partly because of Amazon. The e-commerce giant is reportedly preparing to make an entry into the healthcare industry. In October, the St. Louis Post Dispatch reported that Amazon had received wholesale pharmacy licenses in at least 12 states.
Industry analysts previously said the CVS-Aetna deal was likely to happen because the health retailer was looking to make a strong move in the healthcare industry as it attempts to fend off Amazon.
Oracle is opening a $43 million public high school at its Redwood Shores, Calif. campus
The software services firm plans to use the campus to teach students business development, user experience design and other skills.
The school represents a push by large tech companies to increasingly influence the curriculum of public education while forming stronger relationships with students.
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