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What Apple’s big pile of cash allows it to do

by Marielle Segarra May 2, 2017
Apple will report earnings on this afternoon. Its stockpile of cash had been growing to nearly a quarter of a trillion dollars by the end of last year, most of that held overseas. What does that cash allow Apple to…

China's 11 million tons of cotton might lead to cheaper jeans

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 17, 2016
China's 11 million metric ton stockpile of cotton is causing a fall in market prices.
Cotton pickers harvest a crop of cotton at a field in Hami, in China's far west Xinjiang region on September 20, 2011, The Chinese government planned a market-control strategy designed to support cotton farmers, with a sudden decline in export orders for China-made textiles and garments which in turn affect domestic cotton prices. Now they have too much.  
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