At some point, someone needs to be a leader. Steve Jobs is very well liked around the world and could be that person.
I know this is crazy talk and I know it won't happen, but think about how great it would be if it did.
Yeah I figured people would immediately scream socialism, communism, or some other bull.We are already living with wealth distribution, it's called working and taxes and it's good for everyone. The problem is that the separation of rich and poor and balance of equality is off
The facts are in... in America, the rich have gotten richer, and at the same time the middle class and poor are now poorer.
All I'm saying is that maybe the rich could maybe be less rich, only have 100 million in savings instead of 10 billion. No one on the planet needs that much money while the rest of the planet suffers. And maybe the middle and lower class could afford health insurance and a house.
Dude? What?! Anyone on the planet, and I mean anyone, who is rich, has become richer at the expense of someone or something else. Period. You're logic sounds a little nuts. Could you explain more?Here's a little chart to show how the middle and lower class are consistently getting poorer.http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_theloo...-to-record-low... and we all know the rich are definitely getting richer and using that money to buy influence in government to again, get even...
I agree they will never do it, but wouldn't it be nice if Apple moved to Detroit and did build factories there?
In terms of the unions, maybe they could make a deal, pay people a reasonable wage that doesn't completely devalue their life (like we do all over the rest of the planet) and maybe Apple's profits could be 10 billion instead of 70 billion, and the top executives could only make 10 million a year each instead of who knows what they're making now.