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Typical, senior management makes a bad business decision and the solution is lay off 3,500 people who had nothing to do with the decision. Nothing in the article was mentioned about the firing the idiots who said "let's sell a bunch of displays at a loss". Because we all know selling at a loss is better than not selling at all. 
Since we don't really know what it is going to look like, the source makes reference to Ping to give it context and thereby losses control of the message. Now everyone is talking about how bad Ping was and has stopped wondering what the new service will be. We know something new is coming. How about everyone be patient and step away from the ledge until it is announced and if it is Ping 2 then everyone can jump. In the meantime just calm down.
The article says that Australia is going to investigate. They have not said that Apple or anyone else has broken the law to avoid taxes, yet. I would imagine though that they must think there is something there or why would they make the effort.  Everyone is getting all defensive about our precious Apple being disrespected by this. I don't know if Apple or any other corporation has broken the law or not. It may even be what they think they could get away with. Apple...
How does it matter who sells the most phones? I mean beyond having a meaning to shareholders.
I like the part about begging. Very apropos. 
Wonderful article. Now if I could just get my hands on an Apple Watch this would be helpful.
Contrary to common belief most executive jobs are doable for less than 83mil.
Well that is certainly good for her. Congratulations. Now someone tell me how all of us Apple faithful customers  have benefited from her very expensive presence?
Apple's stock started the week at 132 and ended the week at 128. The low for the week was 124. That was a week in which very good financials were reported. What would the stock do with bad news? What would the stock do if they had a bad quarter. What would happen with the release of a bad product. My guess is they would need far less big dump trucks to for the decreased value of the company. Seems to me that the company holds all the cards and the stockholders are at risk....
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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