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Apple CEO Cook to meet with investor Icahn

Apple CEO Tim Cook will meet with controversial billionaire investor Carl Icahn on Monday, according to CNBC. CNBC’s report speculates that Icahn — who made a large Apple investment in August — may consider adding to his stake in the company; he frequently takes positions in companies to force major changes in their operations and offerings to shareholders. Icahn’s stake is already believed to be worth “at least $2 billion.” Earlier this month, he said it was “a no-brainer” to add to his position.

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