Link to NY Times article. I read it and it's not a hatchet job. Factual.
Factual? Then why are there no facts other than a few anecdotes? Even the $25 K figure cited above isn't relevant - they said that "Many Apple employees make $25 K". So what?
If you want to present a factual piece, post the average salary for people in similar jobs which require similar work experience in similar locations. Without that, it's nothing more than a hatchet job.
The more you read about the company, the less I like it and I buy everything mac so I'm vested in the ecosystem.
There is no denying the products are great as was the Steve Jobs Biography but when you read the book, hear about the treatment of authorized dealers who find themselves locked out of a market that they helped to create, coupled to the general store approach, Tim Cook should take note. There were many great companies that failed the test of time through general arrogance to their customers, their own people and with their products. Tim Cook might look across the ocean to Sony for a lesson or two in what not to do.
I see. So the fact that Apple pays enough that people are lined up trying to get jobs at the Apple stores somehow makes them evil. The fact that they've created many thousands of jobs makes them evil. The fact that they've created products that millions of people want to buy - and most of their competitors want to copy makes them evil.
Why not be specific? What is it that makes Apple a bad company? But be sure to use facts, not fact-free nonsense from NYT.