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Tim Cook: Steve Jobs Once Spent $10 Million 'On One Textbook To Show What Was Possible'

Fortune has published a lengthy interview between its executive editor Adam Lashinsky and Apple's own turkey bacon-wanter, Tim Cook. Did Tim say some highly questionable things? Lets find out. More »      
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