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Apple CEO Tim Cook visits Capitol Hill, opens lines of communication

Tim Cook opened the lines of communication between Apple and Washington, DC even further with a visit to the nation’s capital this past Tuesday. Cook, who follows Steve Jobs as chief executive of Apple, is seemingly more willing to interact …
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