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Ralph Nader On What He Thinks Apple Should Do With Its Excess Billions

The longtime consumer advocate says that now that Apple is a trillion dollar company, it could be doing more for its employees and shareholders.
Earlier this month, Apple became the first private-sector company to be worth $1 trillion. Source: Philippe Lopez

Before Apple became the world's first private sector company to be worth $1 trillion earlier this month, CEO Tim Cook announced $100 billion worth of stock buybacks.

The move concerned consumerwrote Cook raising questions about the company's buyback strategy — questions such as who was consulted for the decision, and who stood to profit most.

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