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Today was rough for major indexes. Not sure this is actually true but as an observer and small-time stakeholder, AAPL seems to move in the direction of the market overall but the swing in both directions more severe.
This is great and all but I hope we don't get a  Breaking  report every time we get an uptick in the stock price.
Still really astonishing to think that one company can command 86% of the profits in any area. It was mind boggling when it was just two companies but this...there can't be many precedents to this.
I'm proposing a new game: guess the author by reading the headline. I scored a point on this one!
 All ideas are welcome, right? You should buy a few shares of Apple stock and go to the shareholder meeting and make that proposal. I'd probably vote no with my 20 shares though. :)
Getting people to use MS Office is a win. iOS is a leader and developers have a more consistent device to put their products on. IMO, this says more about the success about the iOS platform than the limited market share of the WinMo devices.
And CurrentC was sitting in the corner comparing themselves to the iPhone.
Satya is really delivering on his "mobile first, cloud first" initiative. Now also with unlimited! storage space for Office 365 subscribers. I'm not sure if these are last gasps of a goliath heading towards irrelevance or a sleeping giant finally out of its fog. I think it's much more of the latter. [ducks out of the way for all the stuff being thrown at me by the MS haters] Edit: grammar
 We're both speculating here but all I can say is that it's appeared on his watch while there's been stonewalling during the previous regime. I don't know why MS Office had to appear so ugly on the Mac and out of sync. That this release looks very similar to the Windows version and has some previously Windows-only features means something new is afoot.  Since he came on board it's become an engineering-based company as opposed to sales-driven. Cortana and all that Windows...
Thank you Satya. I assume years of nonsense tension are easing away. Ballmer was so stubborn in not supporting Macs and iOS and it’s really refreshing to see this from Microsoft finally.   I hope that they finally do make the platforms look somewhat alike after a history of curious UI divergence in MS Office. Ahem, please don’t bother with IE though!
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