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Beats by Dre is reportedly up for sale and Apple wants to take a bite. We take a look at the headphones company, worth up to $3.2 billion, and why Apple would want to buy them.

Apple and Beats by Dre

Beats by Dre is reportedly up for sale and Apple wants to take a bite. We take a look at the headphones company, worth up to $3.2 billion, and why Apple would want to buy them.

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