benjamin frost wrote: »
Quite. And just imagine what any company that is approached by Google is now going to think. Am I going to get chewed up and spit out in two year's time? To my mind, the Motorola debacle reveals a vacuum right at the heart of Google strategy.
What do you mean by Google has little to show? A couple of years ago both Apple and Google had similar share prices. Google is now at a mighty $1200 a share and Apple is at a measly $520 a share. I'd say shareholders got more value out of Google than they did out of Apple. Apple's cheap nickel and dime acquisitions will never get investors excited as a company getting blockbuster acquisitions. Google has left Apple in the dust as far as Wall Street is concerned.
You know, I cry for you every time I read your posts... like I did every time Hachi the dog returned to the train station waiting for his master. But after the 4th or 5th time, I just had to turn the movie off...too pathetic. really.