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One thing at Apple has improved without Steve Jobs: In the past 3 years, thanks to company matching, employees have directed $50m to charity.

"Apple’s program to match staffers’ charitable donations, instituted three years ago as one of incoming CEO Tim Cook’s first acts, has raised $50-million for nonprofit groups and is now being expanded, writes the San Jose Mercury News. The tech giant announced plans Thursday to expand the program to all countries in which it operates and to begin donating money to organizations where its workers volunteer." -- the Chronicle of Philanthropy

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