Originally Posted by island hermit
OK, let's look at this with some objectivity.
The court case has just started. Let's see what they have to say.
Let's try not letting our "feelings" about Google or Amazon get in...
All for the best, but as I've said in earlier postings, these lawsuits need to come to an end. I'm glad to hear based on rumors that Tim Cook seems pragmatic, but the sooner we see these suits end, the better.
Originally Posted by bspears
The tax breaks they get should be small compared to the tax revenues generated by the 3600 new jobs as well as the general stimulation of the local economy.
That is to be seen. But I'm sure...
Originally Posted by d-range
That's just... Bizarre...
Sometimes I just don't get the US and how they think about taxes. If you are filthy rich you can get a pass and pay little or no taxes, but if you are poor, you have to...
Originally Posted by Rabbit_Coach
All those white arrows look far more aggressive.
Some how I hope this War Game comes to an end. I hate to see all these lawyers getting richer and richer. This is a death cycle that is...
Are my eyes deceiving me? People on AI are engaging in incisive analysis rather than making stuff up and avoiding the usual bouts of fanboyism!
Yes, Apple has an interest in diversifying away from Samsung. I got a lot of flak and...
Originally Posted by tooltalk
Jesus, it's quite incredible how ethnocentric/racists you fanbois are. What's next? only Anglo protestants have salvation & work ethics to be successful in global economy? Have you been drinking...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
Irrelevant. Apple does it because they CAN. For every "negative" result (all of which have had minimal impact) the potential positive result could be (and has been) quite...
Originally Posted by Pendergast
Who would call it that? Patents are legal monopolies.
Abusing market power involves leveraging your dominant market share in one market to enter another market and harm competition. Like what...
Originally Posted by AppleSauce007
Oh well... Apple has plenty of other patents to clobber Googorola.
Motorola is essentially a dead $12 billion company being used as an ineffective patent weapon.