Podcast: Apple's $100 billion plan, and UPS goes shopping
Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the third version of the iPad and an updated Apple TV in San Francisco. Today, Cook announced plans on how the company would spend its $98 billion in cash reserves.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a conference call today that the company would start spending down its nearly $100-billion pile of cash with a $10 billion share buyback and a quarterly stock dividend of $2.65 a share. We talk to Henry Blodget, CEO of Business Insider, for more on this story.
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