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Tim Cook condemns 'repulsive' racist violence in Charlottesville (update)

Tim Cook made his stance about Charlottesville clear enough by tweeting out that "violence and racism have no place in America" as the tragic events were unfolding. This internal letter sent to employees that Recode obtained, however, will give you even more insight into where he stands. Apple's head honcho wrote that Americans must unequivocally reject hate and bigotry in the country.
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