Saturday, July 30, 2011

More Money Saving Apple from the U.S. Government

Perhaps, the government of the United States (U.S.) need to sell Apple's iPhone or iPad. Profits from sales of gadgets are making Apple's cash carrying more than the U.S. government's money.

According to recent data from the U.S. Treasury Department, the cash is now owned by the government of uncle Sam is USD 73.8 billion. The amount is lower than Apple's cash.

As reported by CNN on Saturday (07/30/2011), Apple has the cash as much as USD 76.2 billion at the end of June. The amount is calculated based on the latest financial statements.

Indeed, at a time when the U.S. government continue to make large expenditures, Apple could benefit from sales outside gadgetnya. iPhone, iPad up the iPod, everything is still selling well.

With cash reserves are abundant, there is speculation Apple will do the acquisition of another company. But they said it would be careful with his money.

"We will not let us lose cash by making acquisitions that stupid," said Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, some time ago.

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