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Luca Maestri, Apple’s chief financial officer, said that in light of the new tax code, the company would announce plans for its repatriated cash, including dividends and buybacks, in April.
Pellegrini, who returned to Roma in June 2017 after the club activated a €10m buyback clause in his contract with fellow Italian side Sassuolo, has scored two goals in 24 appearances in all competitions for Roma this season.
In the case of companies, it will probably be used for dividends or stock buybacks, with limited increases to employee compensation where required to retain talent.
While a lion’s share of the money may go to executive bonuses and stock buybacks, there is evidence that some will find its way into workers’ pockets as either wage gains or lower consumer prices.
For years—indeed, even before the financial crisis struck—investors were rewarding companies that were paying shareholders through dividends and stock buybacks over companies that focused on growth.
Home Depot is planning to spend $15 billion on buybacks, Oracle $12 billion, and Pfizer $10 billion.
But a takeover would mark a shift away from the company's emphasis on handing cash back to shareholders through dividends and stock buybacks, a key driver of this year's stock surge.
San Francisco was not the only city to host a buyback event Saturday.
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