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Apple’s board of directors was re-elected. But some of the most interesting questions about Apple’s future — on a new class of stock and what to do with its $137 billion in cash — went unanswered.

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Shareholder meetings are typically colossally boring affairs, and Apple’s annual meeting Wednesday morning in Cupertino, Calif. didn’t deviate from this truism of the business world.

And this was despite fireworks over the weeks leading up the meeting: a federal judge issued an injunction on one of the company’s shareholder proposals after a hedge fund sued; the same firm, Greenlight Capital, publicly laid out a case for a new class of Apple stock, and another investor fanned rumors of a stock split.

Instead, when all was said and done Wednesday, nothing of huge significance actually took place. But some things did happen.

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