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Trump's election has helped spark a major shift in workplace giving
Cook seems comfortable carrying the torch while finding ways to place his own stamp on the company.
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CEOs put 'dreamers' ahead of any worries about pending tax reform fight
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Being the unforeseen winner -- and a much lower-profile one at that -- has its advantages.