Apple has been able to charge high prices while maintaining relatively low manufacturing costs. That's given it a cash stash that keeps growing -- and now tops $76 billion. Shareholders would love dividends, but Apple prefers to hang on to its cash.
Apple's iconic co-founder turned a company launched in a garage into Silicon Valley's greatest innovator.
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