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Apple CEO Tim Cook Announces $1B Fund for Advanced Manufacturing Jobs on CNBC's Mad Money

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with Mad Money host Jim Cramer this evening, where he discussed Apple's recent earnings results and delved into topics like an upcoming investment fund, the company's plans for television, the iPhone's impact on consumers, and Apple's overall impact on the world. During the show, Cook said Apple plans to create an advanced manufacturing fund with a $1 billion investment.
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