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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, January 17, 2018


  • "Apple accelerates US investment and job creation: $350 Billion Contribution to US Economy Over Next Five Years"  Apple 12:55 PM
  • "It looks like Apple is bringing back home nearly all of its $250 billion foreign cash" CNBC 12:55 PM
  • "Apple CEO Tim Cook cites GOP tax reform as driver in $350B US investment" AppleInsider 8:34 PM
  • "Breaking down Apple's $350bn boost to US economy: Apple made a big splash on Wednesday morning with its claim of a $350bn 'direct contribution' to the US economy." Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 3:59 PM
  • "Apple Plans to Pay $38 Billion in Repatriation Taxes: As of last September, Apple had $252.3 billion in cash or cash equivalents abroad" [Paid Membership Required] 2:13 PM
  • "Apple to pay $38bn Trump tax bill" Telegraph 5:33 PM
  • "Apple Expects to Pay $38 Billion Tax on Repatriated Cash" Bloomberg 12:56 PM
  • "Apple to pay $38 billion in US taxes on overseas cash: Republican tax bill will save Apple tens of billions in taxes on overseas cash." Ars Technica 5:06 PM
  • "Apple expands U.S. capital spending, plans to add 20,000 jobs, invest in data centers: Apple joins the chorus of companies outlining revised capital spending plans as it repatriates offshore cash to the U.S." ZDNet 2:05 PM
  • "Apple pledges $350 billion investment in US economy over next five years" TechCrunch 2:12 PM
  • "Apple Says It Will Bring Cash Back To US, Pay $38 Billion In Repatriation Tax" Forbes 3:04 PM
  • "Apple plans second U.S. campus, to pay $38 billion in foreign cash taxes" Reuters 3:54 PM
  • "Apple Gives Employees $2,500 Bonuses After New Tax Law" Bloomberg 3:54 PM
  • "Apple Needs a New Approach: The company really does care, but too many abuses are happening." ["For all the talk of cleaning up its supply chain, too many stories keep popping up about poor working conditions and excessive overtime."]  BloombergGadfly 7:54 AM
  • "Watchdog Cites Apple Supplier for Deplorable Working Conditions: Apple says it has a monitoring group already in place and China's Catcher Technology denies the allegations." TheStreet 12:00 PM
  • "The Antitrust Case Against Facebook, Google and Amazon: A few technology giants dominate their worlds just as Standard Oil and AT&T once did. Should they be broken up?" ["Google and Apple Inc. provide 99% of mobile phone operating systems; while Apple and Microsoft Corp. supply 95% of desktop operating systems. A growing number of critics think these tech giants need to be broken up or regulated as Standard Oil and AT&T once were."] [Paid Membership Required] 9:15 AM
  • "It's Time for Apple to Build a Less Addictive iPhone/It's not Apple's fault that you feel enslaved by your phone. But the company that gave the world the modern smartphone has a perfect opportunity this year to create a brave and groundbreaking new take on that device: a phone that encourages you to use it more thoughtfully, more deliberately — and a lot less."  New York Times [Free Registration Required] 11:22 AM
  • "China is a huge reason to be bullish on Apple, says Morgan Stanley" Business Insider 11:19 AM
  • "Apple may be slowing down production of the iPhone X — but it's still making more iPhones than ever" Business Insider 7:56 AM
  • "Ireland May Face More Delays in Collecting Apple Tax Billions" Bloomberg 11:43 AM
  • "Voip-Pal Says Apple's Sanctions Bid At PTAB 'Absurd'" Law360 [Subscription Required for Full Article] 7:39 AM