Tim Cook Doesn't Believe This Made-Up Math Law Will Limit Apple's Growth

The mathematical theory cited by analysts to justify concerns over Apple's growth potential doesn't really exist
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Five numbers explain how Apple is worth $700 billion.

An onstage interview with Tim Cook on Tuesday turned into a mini-debate about mathematics that left everybody in the audience a little bit dumber. Gary Cohn, president of Goldman Sachs Group, opened the presentation by rattling off several numbers from Cook's tenure as Apple chief executive officer, including the monster quarter the company just posted. "So far, Apple seems fairly undeterred by the law of large numbers," Cohn said.

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