Tim Cook calls Wall Street response to Q2 earnings a ‘huge overreaction’ in CNBC interview

As expected, Apple CEO Tim Cook this evening appeared on CNBC’s Mad Money with Jim Cramer to discuss the recent news surrounding the company’s second quarter earnings results. The company reported $ 50.6 billion in revenue and $ 10 billion in profits, but its stock was sent into spiral. Speaking to Cramer, however, Cook defended Apple’s future and called Wall Street’s response a “huge overreaction.”

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