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  • Goldman and Deutsche are "in the lead" to handle an Apple (AAPL +3.6%) debt offering, Bloomberg reports shortly after the company filed an S-3. Apple, which last week promised to return $100B to shareholders by the end of 2015, is said to have asked Goldman/Deutsche "to arrange phone interviews with fixed-income investors today in advance of a potential deal." Much like the Facebook IPO, banks are likely to offer discounted fees to win bragging rights. (institutional interest[View news story]
    There is only one certainty to repatriate -- the shareholder only gets the short term cash but the value potential is absolutely wasted on the taxman. Beautiful solution to reward the shareholder and keep full strength of the company foundation. Next step -- unleash the new pipeline in Q3. Apple is far from done.
    Apr 30, 2013. 07:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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