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  1. GBH: Apple likely to repatriate $200 billion of its $252 billion foreign cash hoard

    Could an expected windfall of billions of dollars from the tax break on repatriated overseas cash…

  2. No, Apple won’t buy Netflix when they repatriate their billions

    Don’t expect Apple to buy Netflix this year with the billions of dollars they’ll soon be repatriating…

  3. Citi analysts: 40% chance Apple will acquire Netflix now that President Trump’s corporate tax cut has been passed

    Citi analysts recently sent a note to clients saying there is a 40% chance that Apple will buy Netflix…

  4. UBS reminds Apple and Wall Street of Steve Jobs’ words: ‘Companies forget what it means to make great products…’

    UBS analyst Steven Milunovich used the words of its founder Steve Jobs to remind the company…

  5. Citi: Apple 40% likely to acquire Netflix, 5% likely to acquire Tesla

    The research arm of the investment bank Citi released a report this morning…

  6. Analyst: Apple could double dividend, buy Netflix with repatriated cash under President Trump’s U.S. corporate tax changes

    Apple could dramatically increase its dividend yield if it repatriates foreign profits under U.S. corporate tax changes being considered by the Trump administration…

  7. After 5-year hiatus, AT&T offers unlimited data plan for $110 a month

    AT&T is once again experimenting with offering unlimited data plans to smartphone customers…

  8. U.S. FCC approves AT&T’s $48.5 billion acquisition of DirectTV

    AT&T is now the largest paid-television provider in the U.S…

  9. Cramer: Why isn’t Apple bidding for DirectTV?

    As a subscriber, the ‘Mad Money’ host is none too impressed with the DirectTV service…

  10. AT&T in talks to buy DirecTV for $50 billion

    AT&T Inc., joining the ranks of U.S. TV, Internet and wireless providers…

  11. Why Apple should pay hundreds of millions for NFL digital rights

    Here’s an idea for what Apple should do with a bit of its $147 billion…

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