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This morning, Apple announced its plans to share some of the $97 billion in its coffers by offering dividends with shareholders. Starting in July, the company will pay a quarterly dividend of $2.65 per share.
The company will also buy back $10 billion of its own shares over the next several years.
Adam Lashinsky, senior editor at Fortune Magazine, joins the show to discuss Apple's most recent decision.
Adam Lashinsky is a senior editor at Fortune Magazine and the author of the new book, "Inside Apple: How America's Most Admired – And Secretive – Company Really Works."