David Tepper's hedge fund bets on T-Mobile, reduces stake in Southwest Airlines

By cnbc
2018.02.14. 23:37
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Appaloosa also increased its stake in Apple, Bank of America and Micron Technology in the fourth quarter, according to a filing Wednesday.

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