Panic, mostly. It's that feeling when you realize the biggest news of the day won't hit until 45 minutes after you're supposed to film today's 90 Seconds. So what are we to do but invent a time machine. (If time is limited, a simple window into the near future will suffice.) Of course we had to abide by the Time Traveler's Code of Ethics, specifically the clause about breaking embargoes on life-altering events, but at least it let us shoot an episode about Apple's quarterly earnings without asking anyone to stay late. And now that the present has sufficiently caught up with the then-future, well, here we go!
Stories of the day:
- Apple posts rare miss on earnings: $8.8 billion on $35 billion in revenue
- Netflix returns to profit but misses the mark on new subscribers
- Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, passes away at 61