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With roughly a billion of its smartphones, computers, and other gadgets in circulation, Apple has a larger cultural footprint than any other tech company. In an interview with Fortune executive editor Adam Lashinsky, featured in this month’s issue of Fortune, Apple CEO Tim Cook makes the case that those products are intrinsically a force for good—from the process of their construction (Apple runs its own facilities overwhelmingly on renewable energy), to their potential as a tool for medical research, to the 2 million U.S. jobs Apple believes it creates through its “app economy.” The value of this $815 billion company, in other words, goes far beyond its market cap.
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