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Taking a closer look at Trump, taxes and Apple

There wasn't a lot of talk about technology in President Trump's first State of the Union speech Tuesday night, but he did take time to highlight Apple, citing its announcement earlier this month that it will invest $350 billion in the United States. Trump raised it as a crucial example of how the Republican tax cuts […]
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