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 Steve Jobs initiated an agreement between companies to not hire regular employees (engineers, programmers...) from each other. Having an agreement is against the law.  More than 60,000 tech workers can seek monetary damages from Apple (AAPL), Intel (INTC), Google (GOOG) andAdobe Systems (ADBE) because of a federal judge's ruling in a suit claiming that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs conspired with other local executives to limit the workers' pay by barring them from moving...
 Do you even know what the illegal No Poach Agreement was about?
 It is the same. It's about 'principles of basic human dignity' and treating people equally.
 Yet guys like Tim Cook stood around and did nothing with the No Poach Agreements.Today, Apple is claiming they should not have to pay damages.Tim is such a great guy!  /s
 That's BS.No other company but Apple dictates how much profit suppliers allowed to have.
  And look at what they did to their own employees, No Poach Agreements.
 They are growing the business.   
 Force Wall Street to return to reality? You're the one that needs to come back to reality. More of people believe in Amazon and its growth potential than Apple.Amazon has $4.98 billion operating cash flow, over 109,000 full-time and part-time employees, 70,000 seasonal contract employees, more than 2,400 education institutions and 600 government agencies as AWS customers.
 As I said back in July, AAPL is a dog.  You guys fell for the AAPL hype. Today's closing price is just $2 more than it was Jan 2, 2013. At $550, how long do you think it will take to double? 1 year? 2 years?  There are so many stocks out there that can give you much better returns. Year to date, AMZN is up $135, that's over 52% increase.SCTY $38.53, over 310% increase.SPWR $24.06, over 390% increase.TSLA $88.81, over 250% increase.
  "Jobs’s purchase of an e-book for $14.99 at the Launch, and his explanation to a reporter that day that Amazon’s $9.99 price for the same book would be irrelevant because soon all prices will “be the same” is further evidence that Apple understood and intended that Amazon’s ability to set retail prices would soon be eliminated. When Jobs told his biographer the next day that, in light of the MFN, the Publisher Defendants “went to Amazon and said, ‘You’re going to sign...
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