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Apple pledges $2.5 billion to fight California housing crisis

Reuters Monday, 4 November 2019
Apple Inc on Monday said it would commit $2.5 billion to easing a housing shortage that has driven up prices across California, with most of the money dedicated to funds that will be run either with or by the state government.
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Those funds include a $1 billion housing investment fund.

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