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Apple, Tech Giants And An Industrial-Age Tax Code

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Apple, Tech Giants And An Industrial-Age Tax Code

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Apple, Tech Giants And An Industrial-Age Tax Code

Apple, Tech Giants And An Industrial-Age Tax Code

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Apple CEO Timothy Cook made a rare appearance on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, testifying after congressional investigators revealed that Apple avoided billions in taxes. Reporter Charles Duhigg of The New York Times and guest host Jennifer Ludden talk about how, as Duhigg writes, "technology giants have taken advantage of tax codes written for an industrial age."

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