Apple to announce plans for its $100 billion cash reserves tomorrow morning http://t.co/KzwCMm7G
— Engadget (@engadget) March 18, 2012
A slew of successful, high margin products have left Apple sitting on an almost unimaginable amount of money — $97 billion as of its last earnings report — and led to the natural question of just what to do with it. According to a press release just issued, we’ll all find out about “the outcome of the Company’s discussions” tomorrow on a conference call with CEO Tim Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer at 9AM ET. What does $100 billion or so of iMac, Macbook, iPhone and iPad money buy?
We’re guessing they won’t be buying many Green Energy companies. We’re also guessing they won’t be keeping them in greenbacks.
Apple Shares Are Surging Ahead Of The Big Cash Announcement: We're less than an hour away from Apple's big anno… http://t.co/Y2tTXEdo
— Tim Martin (@soflaliving) March 19, 2012
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— Larry McAllister II (@LARRYTRON) March 19, 2012