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Goldman Sachs isn’t worried about Apple Card profitability despite consumer-friendly features

[2019-06-11 00:38:35]

Last month, a report explained that Citigroup pulled out of its potential deal with Apple for the new Apple Card over profitability concerns. Apple ultimately partnered with Goldman Sachs for the card, and now a Goldman exec is defending the partnership despite profitability concerns. The post Goldman Sachs isn’t worried about Apple Card profitability despite consumer-friendly features appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Goldman Sachs isn’t worried about Apple Card profitability despite consumer-friendly features


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