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  1. The $200 billion reason it’s so important for Apple’s Tim Cook to not be on President Trump’s tech hit list

    The stock market rallied to new records this week on the prospects of a U.S.-Mexico trade deal…

  2. Cramer: Here’s why China won’t boycott Apple as part of its trade war with the US

    CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday he’s not convinced China will boycott Apple as part of the trade war…

  3. Apple could be used as a ‘bargaining chip’ in the trade war, Chinese state-run media warns

    Apple has benefited from cheap labor and a strong supply chain in China and needs to share more…

  4. Stocks higher on U.S. – China trade optimism

    U.S. stocks edged higher Tuesday as technology stocks began to bounce back after a three-session downturn…

  5. Apple comes under fire from state-run media in China

    Apple Inc. has come under fire by Chinese state media, which claims the U.S. technology giant…

  6. Want Facebook to censor speech? Be careful what you wish for

    The only figure as capable as Donald Trump of spinning up an instant and frantic media cycle these days is Mark Zuckerberg…

  7. Why the US-China trade war may not have much impact on Apple

    Apple stock fell 1.3% on July 11 as a result of the escalating US-China trade war…

  8. What trade war? Markets shrug off US-China dueling tariffs

    The Labor Department said that U.S. employers added 213,000 jobs in June…

  9. President Trump’s trade initiatives rattle Silicon Valley

    President Trump’s plan immediately drew a cautionary note from Apple, Amazon.com and Alphabet…

  10. U.S. President Trump puts tech in trade war crosshairs with planned curb on China investment

    President Donald Trump is preparing a series of efforts to limit China’s ability to invest in the U.S. tech sector…

  11. Thomas Sowell on Apple, corporate taxes, and ‘the road to serfdom’

    We have truly entered the world of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ when the CEO of a company…

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