Apple Stock Sets Records, Physical Therapy's Wage Gap Persists

  • APPLE RECORD: Apple's stock set records on Thursday when its market capitalization hit $1 trillion, CNBC reports. The company's stock is the first publicly traded U.S.-listed company to hit $1 trillion. 
  • SAY HER NAME: Nia Wilson, an eighteen-year-old black woman from Oakland, California, was murdered randomly by a white man on July 22. Her death, and how it was treated in the media after, is an example of how in the United States, far less attention is paid to the random deaths of women of color than white women, according to the New Yorker
  • REAL SUCCESS: The RealReal, a luxury online consignment store, is set to open its second brick and mortar store soon, according to CNBC. This bodes well for the consignment industry, the report says. 
  • CBS EARNINGS: CBS reported earnings on Thursday, but spent no time discussing allegations of sexual harassment by its CEO Leslie Moonves published in the New Yorker earlier this week, according to the Wall Street Journal.
  • PHYSICAL THERAPY'S WAGE GAP: The wage gap is a major problem for the physical therapy industry, a new survey shows