The Apple logo on an Apple Store is seen reflected in a window as pedestrians walk by on Jan. 24, 2012 in San Francisco, Calif. The company released its profit report yesterday and boasted huge numbers. - 

This final note today, in which we provide the answer to the Greek debt crisis. It came along with Apple's profit report yesterday.

Bloomberg did a little math after it had had a chance to digest the numbers. Apple had $97.6 billion in cash in the bank as of the end of last year. Greece has $62 billion in debt coming due this year.

So that's a bailout plus, say, the entire net worth of Boeing, with $20 billion left over.

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