Apple Securities Fraud Lawsuit Claims Hundreds Of Thousands Of Investors Were Misled
Apple and CEO Tim Cook knew iPhone sales were in trouble but kept it from investors, according to a new lawsuit accusing the company of securities fraud. Maria Medina reports. (4-16-2019)

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