NYT > Home Page: In Flint, Hillary Clinton Prods Congress and Calls Response to Crisis ‘Immoral’

In a visit 48 hours before the New Hampshire primary begins, Mrs. Clinton implored Congress to pass a bill that would deliver $600 million in aid to Michigan.

$JCP News: JCPenney: There Goes the Headquarters

JCPenney (JCP) announced that it would look to sell and lease back its quarters today, a decision Citigroup’s Jenna Giannelli and Joshua Joseph demonstrate the department-store chain’s “commitment to not only grow EBITDA but also trim its balance …

Ars Technica: PayPal blocks VPN, SmartDNS provider’s payments over copyright concerns

PayPal cuts off UnoTelly, which touts geo-blocking circumvention to customers.

Apple – BGR: Tim Cook talks iPhone growth and teases ‘far off’ products during company meeting

In the wake of Apple’s earnings announcement last week, CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams held court at a Town Hall meeting for employees. For those unfamiliar with Apple’s Town Hall meetings, they’re internal and private affairs intended to give employees a somewhat rare opportunity to ask the company’s top brass anything that happens to be on their mind. Detailing some of the highlights from Apple’s most recent Town Hall event, the exceptionally reliable Mark Gurman over at 9to5Mac provides us with an interesting peek into what employees wanted to know about Apple’s future plans and what Apple executives were comfortable divulging. UP NEXT: How Samsung became Samsung, and why Apple is still Apple Much like on