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Apple may ‘lay claim’ to Apple Card, but Goldman Sachs is in charge, says bank

9to5Mac Friday, 17 January 2020
Goldman Sachs has said that while Apple may ‘lay claim’ to having created the Apple Card, it is the bank which holds all the cards when it comes to decision-making.

The bank’s chief financial officer also implied that it isn’t going to worry about Apple’s reputation when it comes to the way it pursues debtors …

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