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The late Steve Jobs insisted that paying dividends would not increase company value for shareholders, but Apple's accumulated almost $100 billion in cash.

Apple to Use Cash Stockpile for Dividends, Stock Buybacks

The late Steve Jobs insisted that paying dividends would not increase company value for shareholders, but Apple's accumulated almost $100 billion in cash.

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