Roundup: Quest data breach / RIP iTunes / Wells Fargo goes commercial

    Medical information: Quest Diagnostics, one of the country’s largest providers of diagnostic testing, said nearly 12 million customers across the country may have had information compromised due to a data breach, USA Today reports. The New Jersey-based diagnostic testing company says the security incident happened at AMCA, a billing collections vendor Quest uses to process payments. Read the full story.   

    Changing times: Apple, beset by falling iPhone sales, yesterday announced upcoming changes to its phone and computer software intended. In its laptop and desktop businesses, Apple is breaking up its iTunes software for computers into three apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. Apple debuted iTunes 16 years ago to sell and manage digital music for the iPod, which paved the way for the iPhone. iTunes will still be available on Macs using older versions of the operating system, as well on all machines running on Microsoft’s Windows. Read the full story.   

    Commercial: Wells Fargo & Company announced its leadership team and regional structure for its commercial banking business. With this new structure, Wells Fargo Commercial Banking has 24 divisions and 80 U.S. markets. It did so by combining its business banking, government and institutional banking and middle market banking businesses to establish an integrated commercial banking business. Read the full announcement.

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