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What a juvenile post. Hope you'll let us know how the egg that you laid looked the next time you criticize an omelette.
I am not. It's really useful for a company of Apple's size and scope if someone can successfully navigate that cesspool, Washington, DC.
My issues with these three, specifically, are with the fact that Gore's presence has meant little for Apple in DC (witness the DoJ nonsense), Jung has essentially been fired by her own company, and Campbell's Intuit does little (and almost no innovation) for OSX/iOS users.
http://forums.appleinsider.com/forums/posts/by_user/id/29883 (Ooops... it's post #21 of the thread -- I thought the link would take one to the actual post. Sorry).
The corporate world is awash with excellent CFOs. Moreover, Apple recently brought in a Controller from Xerox. I don't know if he'll fit the bill, but I am guessing he must be pretty good....
That's nonsense.
I am disappointed that the same board continues, esp. Campbell, Gore, and Jung.
I have not remotely implied that he did anything 'adverse' to Apple's interests. Don't even go there. I just said Apple has outgrown him. He's been doing a very poor job of managing market expectations. The last conference call (despite a blow-out quarter) was Exhibit A, and for me the final straw. Even Tim appeared quite taken aback -- when he recently mentioned that he had used that dip to buy back more shares -- at how poorly the message about record iPhone sales had...
Interesting rumor related to shareholder meeting that Oppenheimer may retire (I don't know Forbes's credibility on Apple-related matters): http://onforb.es/1khdUdd If it turns out to be true, I'd say, it's about time. Apple's needs and complexities have far outgrown him. (This is a repost -- I thought it was important enough a rumor and therefore OK to post twice).
Interesting rumor that Oppenheimer may retire (I don't know Forbes's credibility on Apple-related matters): http://onforb.es/1khdUdd If it turns out to be true, I'd say, it's about time. Apple's needs and complexities have far outgrown him. (Reposted in the other AppleTV-related story).
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