Summary

For the past few years, various government and media publications have pointed a spotlight on Apple’s tax-minimization efforts, which allow it to park over $111 billion dollars offshore. The New York Times published another big piece this week detailing more of the company’s efforts to keep its tax burden as low as possible. While Apple is not alone with its tax strategies, it’s in a league of its own when it comes to retail. 

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