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Tim Cook set to defend Apple’s numbers on Mad Money


Apple's Q2 earnings weren't that impressive.
Apple's Q2 earnings weren't that impressive.
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Hot off the heels of his riveting Q2 2017 earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to make an appearance on CNBC’s Mad Money show for investors.

Host Jim Cramer will go one-on-one with Tim Cook during tonight’s show. Apple’s recent earnings and the company’s future direction will likely be the main topics of conversation.

Tim Cook has made a number of appearances on Jim Cramer’s show in the past. During his segment on the show last year, Cook promised iPhone features “that you can’t live without, that you just don’t know you need today.”

Apple’s Q2 2017 earnings met Wall Street’s expectations on some fronts, but iPhone sales were slightly lower than expected. On his call with investors yesterday, Cook blamed part of the slowdown on the flurry of rumors surrounding the iPhone 8.

Shares of Apple Inc took a short dive after the company released its earnings report, but the stock is trending upward again today and could be on its way to a new record high.

Tune in tonight at 6PM ET to see what Tim Cook has to say this time on Mad Money.


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