The Wall Street Journal's reporter on Apple Inc. Former WSJ alcohol and tobacco reporter. SportsBusiness Journal alum. Based in San Francisco.

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Tripp Mickle covers Apple, Inc. for The Wall Street Journal from Atlanta. Prior to joining the Journal, Mr. Mickle worked for Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal where he reported on the business of the Olympics, NASCAR, soccer and hockey.

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@patricksandusky @BenFischerSBJ @mpjones1 @jonmason11 Agreed. I'll be pouring some Guinness out in San Francisco in solidarity
Huawei plan to jumpstart U.S. sales through AT&T has run into a challenge 
Take one guess when free Google bikes most often disappear from campus: After concerts at Shoreline Ampitheatre. Great read from @jacknicas
If you think esports are confusing, imagine being the parent of a gamer making $200K a year. They spent most of their kids' childhood telling them to stop playing games and get a job: via @saraheneedleman
To regain customer trust, Apple is slashing the cost of replacement batteries to $29 from $79 and planning an iOS update that will offer more insight into iPhone battery life, so customers can see if batteries affect performance
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