Apple wowed the debt markets on Tuesday with the largest ever bond deal for a non-financial institution.
The iPhone maker sold a colossal $17bn (£10.9bn) worth of bonds on Tuesday to finance a $100bn cash return to shareholders. The move comes just a week after the firm announced its first drop in quarterly...
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