Apple To Jump On Trump’s Made In America Trend With $1 Billion Fund

Posted: May 4 2017, 8:49am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple to Jump on Trump’s Made in America Trend with $1 Billion Fund
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  • Apple to Jump on Trump’s “Made in America” Bandwagon with a One Billion Dollar Fund

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Apple Inc. is to jump on President Trump’s “Made in America” bandwagon of home jobs for American citizens with a one billion dollar fund that will serve as the seed of the enterprise.

Home-grown jobs are the “in” thing these days with President Trump’s initiative to “Make America Great Again”. Trump wants large companies to contribute their ten cents worth to this drive and besides big business is what the president excels at and where he has his home turf. Apple particularly has been given the invitation and its head honchos have decided to add to the ever-flowing tributary that is big business.

According to Macworld, Apple is busy churning out products at a brisk pace. The Apple CEO, Tim Cook has even formed a trust fund worth one billion dollars that will go a long way towards the promotion of advanced manufacturing in America.

In a recent interview, Cook, a mild-mannered and soft-spoken man, said that Apple Inc. was responsible for pay-rolling two million careers in the United States alone. Cook went on and divided the Apple workers and technicians down into specific types.

He pointed out that the developer community was another branch of Apple which excelled at its respective field of endeavor. It alone consisted of 1.5 million talented individuals.

The applications they were producing really helped in the transformation of the global village. Apple had a branch in India and also offered WWDC scholarships.

Then Cook let on that his company was ready to lay the foundation of advanced manufacturing in the USA by investing a fund of one billion dollars.

When Cook was asked regarding the tax break that President Trump wanted to lend small and big firms, he replied that this was a necessity and had to be put into action since the economy needed a whole lot of streamlining.

Cook also gave a clue or two regarding certain novel gadgets that Apple was tinkering with. According to CNN, Cook spoke of how the $1 billion was something that Apple had to borrow in order to invest.

Also it was just the beginning and there would be further financial contributions by Apple. Cook likened Apple’s stimulus package to a ripple in the pond. It will create more jobs in the US of A in the future, he said with a certain degree of surety.

According to MacRumors, the Apple CEO affirmed the fact that Apple was doing its job to create more jobs (no pun intended). This resembled an older quote by someone else regarding America’s business being business. He also talked about some of Apple’s services at length.

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