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Business News: Apple falls behind competitors

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(CBS) - In Business News, Apple is selling more smartphones, but just not as many as the competition.


ABI research says the company's global share of the smartphone market is down to 13 percent, which is the lowest level in four years.

Apple is the world's second largest marker of smartphones, and Samsung is number one.



(CBS) - Pintrest has been one of the last pieces of social media real estate that didn't feature Ads, but not for much longer.

The website will start selling "promoted pins" to businesses.

Pintrest will work with companies to track users online habits and send them ads for products they might be interested in.




(CBS) - Fast food is sold nationwide but a new report finds some states love it more than others.

Financial giant Intuit says consumers in Oklahoma spend the most.

The average person there shells out $101 dollars a month for fast food.

People in Vermont spend the least, just $28 dollars a month.

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