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"Forget Mowing Lawns; Teens Make North of $20,000 Fixing Broken Phones" from WSJ's Katherine Bindley:

"Grayson Shaw's summer job fixing iPhones earned him nearly $24,000 last year. He's 16. ... Teens interviewed for this article say they fix mostly Apple Inc. iPhones, though some work on Android devices. They typically bill something less than adult competitors, though not always.

"Joseph Kokenge, 18, found customers among fellow high-school students in Lafayette, La. ... Kokenge charges $50 to fix an iPhone 5 screen and $200 for an iPhone 7 Plus. ... iCracked, an online network that pairs technicians with customers, charges $74.99 and $189.99, while Apple charges $129 and $149 for phones not under warranty."

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SurveyMonkey poll: Trump improves, but not enough

Trump and Biden during the final debate. Photo: Xinhua/Liu Jie via Getty Images

President Trump's final debate performance exceeded Americans' expectations, but it wasn't enough to shift the dynamics that left him trailing Joe Biden across most measures, according to a new Axios-SurveyMonkey poll.

What they're saying: "Liar" was the word used most by debate watchers to describe Trump's performance, followed by "lies," "strong," "presidential" and "childish." "Presidential" was the word used most to describe Biden's performance, followed by "liar," "weak," "expected" and "honest."

Hunter Biden saga dominates online debate

Data: NewsWhip; Table: Axios Visuals

The mainstream media turned away. But online, President Trump's charges about Hunter Biden were by far the dominant storyline about the final presidential debate, according to exclusive NewsWhip data provided to Axios.

  • Coverage of business dealings by Joe Biden's son — and pre-debate allegations by one of his former business associates, Tony Bobulinski — garnered more than twice as much online activity (likes, comments, shares) as the runner-up.