Originally Posted by fecklesstechguy
This makes absolutely no sense from any perspective. The consumer is not advantaged by having poor options or choices - that simply increases the opportunity to buy badly, not get the quality...
Originally Posted by Melev
Sorry, but my company working on several projects for Saudi Aranco, and I think that comment is derogatory with respect to work both as my company Aranco did, and I assure you worked hard and without...
Originally Posted by pedromartins
i will comment..
apple is a small ant compared to real companies that don't do toys, like saudi aranco.
apple is doomed.
Now you're left with comparing apple with an company that...
Originally Posted by bloggerblog
I don't think this "store in a store" thing is a good idea, I often see people avoiding that whole area, including the sales staff. I remember when they started the idea way back with...
Originally Posted by Dr Millmoss
It's a little soon to be writing Kodak's epitaph. They are potentially filing for Chapter 11 reorganization and haven't even done that yet. Lots of companies have emerged from Chapter 11 to live...
Originally Posted by jragosta
So? Tallest's suggestion is a good one - although buying the company makes more sense.
Apple buys the company and closes all operations. Current market cap is $128 M - let's say Apple pays $200 M....
Originally Posted by jd_in_sb
Kodak came out with one of the very first personal digital cameras. I owned the Kodak DC-40 in 1996. They had a window there to dominate the digital camera market. Not sure why they didn't.