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Silicon Valley Feels The Sting Of A Sinking Stock Market

The Apple store in the SoHo neighborhood is seen on January 26, 2016 in New York City. That afternoon Apple reported the slowest iPhone earnings since 2007.  (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
The Apple store in the SoHo neighborhood is seen on January 26, 2016 in New York City. That afternoon Apple reported the slowest iPhone earnings since 2007. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Just a year ago, investors and startups in Silicon Valley were flying high. Now, venture capital investment is down, Google and Apple stocks have slid with the rest of the market and layoffs are becoming more common. Re/code associate editor Noah Kulwin tells Here & Now‘s Lisa Mullins why tech might be in trouble.

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