Apple Inc.’s $147 billion cash hoard now counts for nearly 10% of all corporate cash held by nonfinancial companies, according to an analysis by Moody’s.
U.S. nonfinancial companies held $1.48 trillion in cash as of June 30, according to Moody’s review of the more than 1,000 companies it rates. Cash stockpiles have grown by about 2% from $1.45 trillion at the end of last year, and up 81% from $820 billion at the end of 2006.
سوق الهواتف الذكية تشبع عالميا.. نموذج كلاسيكي للأزمة الرأسمالية زي ما كارل ماركس أتكلم عليها
When the wealth of your company is already bigger than what the US govt has, what more do u want? Yep, it's time for the profits to go down.. Apple is indeed a "over-hyped phone manufacturer which is about to be caught up by reality"
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