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Apple teases new devices, Daily Harvest faces lawsuit, 'Elvis' ties with 'Top Gun' at the box office

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Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman discusses leading business headlines on Monday, June 27.

Video Transcript

JULIE HYMAN: Some other headlines we're watching now. Apple's latest Worldwide Developers Conference setting the stage for a busy fall of 2022 and first half of 2023. According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the tech giant's lineup of products will include various iPhone 14 models, Apple Watch variations, Macs with M2 and M3 chips, a mixed reality headset, much awaited, and more. However, as the company prepares for this undertaking of new products, Apple's retail leaders are in for some uneasiness, perhaps, or under pressure, while staffers push for more changes after that US Apple store voted to unionize for the first time.

New York-based Daily Harvest faces its first lawsuit. A Tulsa, Oklahoma resident is suing the company over allegedly contaminated French lentil and Leek Crumbles. This comes after hundreds of reports of illness or adverse reactions to Daily Harvest products, leading to the recall of all of those French Lentil and Leek Crumbles. We'll have to wait and see if more customers end up taking legal action against the company. I still don't understand what Leek and Lentil Crumbles are, exactly.

And from the courtroom to the silver screen, a battle for the box office. The film "Elvis" tied with "Top Gun, Maverick" for the number one. Both films respectively bringing in an estimated $30 and 1/2 million in ticket sales. For now, though, the final results, of course, will be tallied sometime today. And that will ultimately let us know which one. Of course, "Top Gun Maverick" has been out for, what, three weeks, four weeks? And this was "Elvis's" first outing at the box office.