Here are a few recent examples.
First, in 2016, when Apple stock plunged by more than 15% and was forced to file for Chapter 11 protection, the company decided to delay its IPO until January.
Then, in April 2017, Apple decided to sell its remaining assets.
Apple is now valued at $68 billion, according to Bloomberg.
The next year, when Tesla Motors, a $100 billion company, filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection, Apple and its investors bought stock.
Apple bought 1.6 million shares for $17 billion.
In 2018, Apple sold its entire stock portfolio, which included $14 billion in cash.