Editor’s Note: A version of this story appeared in CNN Business’ Nightcap newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free, here. Today in business news: the internet does a spit-take over the cost of Apple’s new headphones, Cisco tries to make Webex cool, and I contemplate why I haven’t already moved to Hawaii. Let’s get into it. YET ANOTHER APPLE FLEX Apple held three unveiling events this fall to hype its hardware and get all the fanboys excited for the holidays. And apparently it’s not done droppin’ products. On Tuesday, the company rolled out its very, very expensive over-ear AirPods Max and announced a launch date for its Fitness+ subscription fitness service. Let’s take a look at those headphones first… Apple also announced a launch date for Fitness+, which is bad news for Peloton. The announcement sent Peloton shares briefly down 2% in early trading. Here’s why: THIS WFH LIFE Cisco just introduced a bunch of new features for Webex, its video conferencing software, aimed at improving the WFH experience. Because even nine months into this thing, some of you still can’t find the mute button or refrain from typing loudly during the presentation… y’all know who you are. Webex is playing catch-up to boost its appeal as video-conferencing competition heats up. It also needs to prove it’s just as good as its more-youthful, popular cousin, Zoom, which kind of already won the war when “to zoom” became the verb of the pandemic era. The announcement of new features follows news Monday that Cisco plans to acquire two companies whose products will help (for the love of god please) beef up its service. Here are a few of the new features: Clare Duffy has more. NUMBER OF THE DAY 10,000 That’s how many restaurants are on have closed in the past three months in the United States. About 17% of America’s restaurants — 110,000 — have already permanently closed this year, according to the National Restaurant Association, which is pleading with Congress to pass new stimulus to help the industry. MELE KALIKIMAKA… Hawaii needs some economic stimulus and as soon as I’m done writing this I’m packing a bag. The state is offering free round-trip tickets to Oahu to out-of-state remote workers (me!) who want to live and work there (me!) while contributing to the state’s economy (me me me!) It’s part of a temporary residency program, cringe-ily named “Movers and Shakas.” WHAT’S THE CATCH? Tbh I’m not sure — it sounds kind of perfect. The pandemic gutted the tourism industry, which Hawaii’s economy relies on, and made remote work normal for millions of people. The first round of the program will accept 50 people. To apply, you must be a remote worker (me!) and at least 18 years old (hello!) Participants must move within one month of being selected (no sweat) and are required to spend at least 30 consecutive days in Hawaii (You drive a hard bargain, Hawaii, but OK). Alaa Elassar has more. WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON? An earlier version of the story also misidentified the period of time the 10,000 restaurants closed. They closed in the past three months.