Where Apple, Twitter and Other Major U.S. Companies Stand With Russia

The ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine has had a number of economic repercussions as countries around the world, including the U.S., employ sanctions against Russia. 

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Several U.S. companies are also cutting ties with the Russian government, making it publicly clear where they stand on the conflict.

Related: Bitcoin Plummets Below $40,000 as Tensions Between Russia, Ukraine Escalate

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On Tuesday, Apple announced that it has stopped selling its products through the Apple Store in Russia. The company has also limited services like Apple Pay throughout the country, and has disabled both traffic and live incidents in Apple Maps in Ukraine “as a safety and precautionary measure for Ukrainian

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