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You can give your opinions and and I can disagree, thats the nature of this discussion. I do not count myself as great investor, but I purchased Apple shares in 1999 (commented on this numerous times in this forum) and so I am sitting on a mint for my retirement., so good investor maybe or just lucky.Please take time to read all my comments, since someone did mention If I wanted him to tell us his complete health issue and I said no, just did not like 'cloak and dagger'...
who is angry, I was emphasizing his known image in the business world. You the one who is getting emotional and assuming whatever in your head, not my fault you are sensitive.Stated many times in this forum, nothing to get emotional about, when providing opinions and having discussions.Britney Spears is a familiar name is she more influential than Bruce?
No, the way to handle it is to tell your shareholders some information without the 'cloak and dagger' scenario. As for your last statement, can you provide some evidence not to compare the two situations.
Ballmer is a great saleman, thats why he still at MS, just look at this videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZvhPGXrg0ghere some favorites of minehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJ3y_QopcuQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgriTO8UHvshttp://pulse2.com/wp-content/uploads...luescreen1.pnghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sckba-EX5MMLets look at recent one http://pulse2.com/wp-content/uploads...bluescreen.jpghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFx62_IadjgMy personal favorite:...
Wall Street should know, sorry mate, but they do not and it was evident at the time, with the stock price movement. Steve Jobs health was shareholders issue and WE had a right to know, since his health does affect the company performance. Until a clear heir apparent is named and the secrecy is dropped, shareholders will hold Steve accountable for such behavior. This has nothing to do with Steve being human, as WSJ said more about "Openness can be healthy."
Actually Yes,Bruce Wasserstein is one of ICONs in investment industry and when he opens his mouth a look of people listen very carefully. Do a little research on this guy.
Totally disagree, the point was that Apple caused bigger drama with Steve illness, then what was required and this could have been handled much better. As shareholder, I was dismayed at THE lack of information and secrecy behind his illness.Btw:Lazard is BIG investment firm that handles a LOT of money for private investors and Bruce Wasserstein (he is one of the LEADER in investment industry http://www.businessweek.com/magazine...6/b4048007.htm) is main driver of the...
Majority of cloud services have multiple back-ups at different locations. so this issue should rarely happen, This is what surprises me about the entire situation with MS/Danger.My company is looking at cloud services and a potential vendor has 2 back-ups are in USA (different locations) with a third in Singapore.
Not everyone thinks like you and most consumers are not thinking through the process, when they bought a sidekick phone/services, to think backup, backup, backup somewhere else. Let's not get judgmental at the consumers that have loss their data, since there are many things you do not know, that should be done and are not. Everyone has their level of expertise and this issue is with MS/Danger/T-mobile (ever though I feel sorry for T-mobile) not the consumer's backup...
You are certainly not in Real World:Who said MS is doomed?? just have a PR disaster on their hands concerning T-mobile/Sidekick at moment, which will cost them financially as well. Not sure how you read people's posts, but take your meds when you do please.You have no clue about this situation and its knock on affect to MS business, but hey you keep living in REAL world.If the problem is not affecting most Apple users and it is fixed, then how could it haunt Apple for a...
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