The Value To The Economy Of Apple Is IKit, Of Starbucks It's Coffee, Not The Taxes Either Company Pays

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The Value To The Economy Of Apple Is IKit, Of Starbucks It's Coffee, Not The Taxes Either Company Pays

by Wochit 0:37 mins

The Value To The Economy Of Apple Is IKit, Of Starbucks It's Coffee, Not The Taxes Either Company Pays

by Wochit 0:37 mins

There’s a rather silly idea floating around that the value to an economy of a company lies in the taxes that that company pays. This simply isn’t true, the value to the economy lies in the value that consumers put on the goods and services that that company purveys. The value of Apple to us all is that we all get to use iKit, the value that Starbucks provides is that we all get to drink bad coffee. And those values to us all have entirely nothing at all to do with the amount of tax that either company pays or does not pay.

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