Companys first offering since 1996 could total as much as $20 bln, trader says.
By Charles Mead and Sarika Gangar, Bloomberg|April 30, 2013 at 07:42 AM
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Apple Inc., the iPhone maker seeking to help finance a $100 billion capital reward for shareholders with borrowed money, may sell its first bonds in almost two decades as soon as today with a six-part offering.
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