59 posts tagged tim cook
Tell me something: what kind of drugs this guy is using?
A bit oldish but interesting to read.
I entirely agree with Motley Fool’s piece on Tim Cook’s ability to drive Apple opportunistically. Steve Jobs stubborn attitude wouldn’t be the best thing right now.
I must agree with this great non sensationalist article from Business Insider.
This may be a well documented fact by Huffington Post article. But you know, like many other journalists, they often get it wrong and miss the whole picture. Remember when Steve Jobs made the show at WWDC or at Apple fall event? Apple’s shares always headed south. And this was Steve Jobs. Same thing with financial results. Paying attention to financial markets and “analysts” comments is a fucking waste of time.
iTV? iWatch? iSomethingElse?
Team, We’ve just reported another record setting quarter, thanks to everyone’s incredible hard work and focus. We sold over 75 million iOS devices in the holiday quarter alone, which is a testament to the strength of Apple’s innovation. Please join me for an employee communications meeting tomorrow at 10 a.m. Pacific time in the auditorium of De Anza 3. We’ve created a space on AppleWeb where you can submit your questions in advance, and we’ll do our best to answer as many of them as we can during the meeting. The meeting will be broadcast live throughout Cupertino and at many other Apple locations. Please check AppleWeb for details. Tim
Well see what’s coming out of this Q&A.
I was thinking until today that Forbes was a very respected publication. I might be totally wrong. In a garbage piece published yesterday, Mr Cohen shows that he’s just trying to steal thunder by predicting very hard times and ask for a replacement of Tim Cook. How can we take this guy seriously when he explain going the low-end and cheap way is the only way for Apple to keep profits from declining… There is no money to be made in the low end… only market share… What is the point of the market share when nobody is making money there?
Look, Apple came out with the iPad mini and “analysts” are saying that this will put pressure on their margins… apply that to making a low end iPhone… Apple must be very picky in their strategic choices if they want to tackle the lower end part of the smartphone business. I don’t think Jony Ive is the right man to do this. Tim Cook is.
Very interesting article on Tim Cook and the current Apple bashing in the press… What Tim Cook should do? I think he cannot do anything before next week financial results are announced. Then, during the following press conference he should come forward and directly address some of the most important bad things reported in the press and present his view on the matter.