“Apple’s enormous cash hoard grew to $237.6 billion in the fiscal fourth quarter, up $6.1 billion from the previous quarter,” Christine Wang reports for CNBC.

“If the company’s massive cash pile was its own company,” Wang reports, “it would be the seventh largest in the S&P 500 and the fourteenth largest public company in the world.”

Wang reports, “The company’s cash reserves have long fueled speculation of acquisitions that Apple might make.”

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