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Cash Cow: Of the 50 Largest US Companies, Who has the Cash? Who has the Debt?

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Here's the question of the day: How much actual cash is on hand at corporations?

Fed by glowing reports from sell-side analysts, most investors are unaware that except for a handful of companies, there is no cash, only debt. Even counting short-term investments there is surprisingly little cash on hand.

Courtesy of Mike Klaczynski at Tableau Software please consider the latest update to my periodic "Cash Cow" interactive report.