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CurtisHight said:American taxpayers and military personnel bear the greatest burdens for keeping the world safe for commerce. If Apple accorded their humanity the respect they do green initiatives, then this would already be done, even if heavy with robotics.My money awaits a Designed in California/Made in the USA Mac Pro!
Let the US do the things they are good at. Manufacturing isn’t one of those things.
Why pay extra to let Americans do stuf they don’t like and are not good at?
Madrajin said:Much as a love Apple’s products, this type of tax avoidance is morally repugnant. A move to tax on revenue will fix this shenanigans. Large multinationals have got away with paying almost no corporation tax in the same markets that domestic companies have to pay full dues for years.
But you think Apple should.
avon b7 said:gregg thurman said:avon b7 said:This is a damage control statement. The article by the BBC is a damning revelation that leaves Apple in a bad moral light.
The questionnaire leak alone paints a picture which will make everyone in PR at Apple squirm.
This is going to be like quicksand in the sense that any move to defend itself will probably make things worse. Just like this statement has done. I can see it being torn apart line by line for deliberately trying to distract from the reality that the leaks have put onto the table.