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Extremely rich dude Tim Cook just doesn't understand the need for money

Money, who needs it? Not extremely rich dude and Apple CEO Tim Cook, apparently.  Sure, Cook's estimated net worth is around $666 million, but, as he explained while waxing philosophic during Apple's annual shareholder meeting on Feb. 13, that doesn't mean he likes the stuff in its current form.  SEE ALSO: Tim Cook thinks you should stop whining about the iPhone X's $1,000 price tag "I'm hoping to be alive to see the elimination of money," he reportedly told those gathered at Apple Park.
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