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Maybe maybe not you don't know the whole story.Careful, you can end up liable here. As to what they are doing with Apple do you really know or are you just trowing crap at the wall? As for the judges they will likely work with the facts in the case.So I'm guessing you have never worked for a small company that has been jerked around by a larger company. I know of few executives anywhere that would want to willingly go into Chapter 11, & or whatever.
You are displaying some rather disturbing ignorance here. GTAT built a massive plant for Apple on a very tight schedule. To imply they did nothing is the height of stupidity.Not at all.To be perfectly honest you are the type of investor most companies wish would die off and never raise their heads again. You have over run this thread with more nonsense and unjustified statements than I've seen in years. Simply put you don't deserve answers and frankly the lack of...
Please can we have a little rational thought here. This is peanuts, I've seen far smaller companies burn proportionately more money on projects that never yielded anything. Apparently you have never ran a business or been materially involved in one.Why would they get their money back, they got what they paid for. The plant GTAT built for Apple didn't evaproate as a result of a Chpater 11 filing.To put it bluntly a mad man deserves nothing.Apple didn't give anybody...
This is nonsense.That money went into the plant that they now have in Arizona. The furnaces and other production hardware in that plant doesn't go away with Chapter 11.I really don't understand this nonsense about Cook. Apple has lost nothing here. As for the chapter 11 that might be the result of Apples contract with GTAT or it might not. We don't know but likely will shortly once all the filing material is reviewed. The other way to figure out what might...
How is that? Do you really know what caused GRAT to file? Since they did file what does Cook have to do with their failure.After reading a small portion of this thread I'm really disappointed with YOU. You seem to be ranting like a mad man and for what reason I don't know.What loss. Apple now has a huge Sapphire production plant. That doesn't go anywhere with Chapter 11.Are you really that dense? It is very common in business for initiatives not to pan out. ...
That might be bad advice. More details are needed but often companies come out of Chapter 11 fairly strong. It is a gamble but with such gambles the payoff can be rather large.
The problem here is the SoC directly impacts the user experience. Contrary to what people think I believe that Apple is a long ways from having the processor that can deliver everything they want in iOS. To me it is most interesting that the GPU and the CPU are less than half the die area on the A8.
Clipped bee photo?The true test of a camera is a selfie😜. So if you want us to believe that Nokia is up to snuff a self portrait is in order.
I'd like to see a series of ARM based Macs myself. Apple still needs i86 hardware for the foreseeable future though. To deal with that they would need to offer a different product line. My primary desire is much lower cost Mac OS hardware.The need to run i86 software varies with the owner so Apple can't abandon i86 anytime soon. However A8 with a clock rate boost could certainly handle entry level needs and with more cores be a serviceable work station. In fact I...
I have mixed feelings about your post because you seem to mis some of the realities about AMDs postition.For one Intel has abused their monopoly position and that is a matter of public record.No company is perfect and frankly Intel has screwed often but gets a free pass from industry. However anti competitive practices have harmed AMD greatly and in some case have lead directly to some of its failings.Fabs are very important whe you competition is Intel.As for management...
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