Originally Posted by Richard Getz
Scott is NO Steve !
Every company changes out personnel when management changes. Either the emps don't like the new management or management has different goals that the emps...
Originally Posted by infosprt
The firing of Scott Forstall brings back memories of John Sculley firing Steve Jobs.
Except that Steve Jobs actually created Apple and Scott Forstall didn't. It's...
Originally Posted by Macky the Macky
Jobs leaving, left a huge ego vacuum. It would seem to be natural that some kind of struggle may have gone on to fill that vacuum. Apple needs to be a company...
Originally Posted by tyler82
Tim Cook is the Mitt Romney of Apple. Nobody really likes him, he doesn't have much charisma, but he's here to stay, so get used to it!
I'm not sure what you mean. I...
Originally Posted by JBHoule
Forstall's exit says a lot about who is in control at Apple. This is a strong, gutsy move by Cook, one I would have never predicted given Forstall's long tenure and key position....
Originally Posted by MacManFelix
Forestall has been sacked because of Mapgate. A bridge that appears to be melting (the horror!) and a misspelled city or two (Oh my God!—I can’t remember how to get to work!)...
Originally Posted by addicted44
From the last profile of Scott Forstall, he is clearly a very ambitious individual who is also willing to play office politics to get his way. Not saying this is a bad thing, but...
Originally Posted by saarek
Personally I never liked Forstall, he always came across as smarmy to me.
I agree. We can only speculate as to whether he was fired or resigned, and also, if he was...