Cramer: Jamie Dimon should bring Apple into his joint health venture with Bezos and Buffett

PUBLISHED WED, JAN 9 2019 • 10:09 AM EST  UPDATED WED, JAN 9 2019 • 10:35 AM EST

By Berkeley Lovelace Jr.

If Apple wants to reshape health care, it should get involved with the joint venture created by Jamie DimonJeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett, CNBC’s Jim Cramer contended Wednesday.

Dimon, chairman and CEO of J.P. Morgan, would need to be the one to bring Apple in since Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway owns a huge stake in the tech stock that could appear “self serving,” said Cramer, whose charitable trust also owns shares of Apple. “It is really time for, I think, that ecosystem to embrace the Apple ecosystem.”

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