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Tim Cook dismisses misguided DOJ lawsuit in the shadow of strong earnings

Ahead of Apple’s second-quarter earnings call, CEO Tim Cook addressed the ongoing antitrust lawsuit filed by the US Department of Justice, calling it “misguided.”

Tim Cook dismisses DOJ claims as
Tim Cook dismisses DOJ claims as “misguided”

Apple’s second-quarter earnings, which surpassed Wall Street predictions, highlight the company’s financial strength and resilience. In the same breath, CEO Tim Cook addressed the ongoing antitrust lawsuit filed by the US Department of Justice (DOJ), dismissing it as misguided and affirming it’s not a distraction for Apple.

“I think the case is misguided, and we’re going to fight it,” Cook said in a comment to CNBC. ” It’s my job to make sure it doesn’t become a distraction. And so, you know, if you look at what they’re trying to do, is essentially use the law to define how we design products. And that shouldn’t be like that.”

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