|Founded||October 3, 2005Reno, Nevada, United Statesin|
|AUM||US$268.9 billion (2017)|
|Year||Value (billion USD)|
In 2012, Wall Street analysts calculated that Apple could earn up to $45.6 billion in fiscal year 2012, a record for any American business. By national and international diversions of revenues and many other legal methods, Apple stood to save billions of dollars in taxes.
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