That is what Democracy is all about.
Democracy is an arena, where different interests fight for a better position.
Yes, it is a fight that should have impartial referees.
Referees are the people.
Democracy does not equal justice per se.
Indeed. And people still give more credit to some much-of-the-time-wrrong-analysts with little to lose, because integrity worth not much for those analysts, than they give to a CEO who have much to lose.Apple is a very peculiar corporation, Apple has a zillion of competitors, and it is in bed with very few players, so it has allot to lose if it cook the books.
You are forgeting this - what is fun for you and me may not be fun for others. I said i doubt it.And i doubt Apple will listen, unless you write a letter explaining why.Apple used to shoulder ( get inspired ) itself with most of the now defunct european car makers ( who went kaput, because they betrayed their core ). That is why i cannot see them bowing to the ´new normal´.