It's obviously a fool's errand to suggest how Apple might manage its business better. Based on its stock price and financial performance alone, there is no better business in the world. But it struck me today reading Tim Cook's letter of apology about the dismal new Maps app that perhaps what he needs is his… Continue reading Maybe Tim Cook needs his own Tim Cook
Maureen Dowd recently wrote in her NYTimes column of President Obama: “why is salesmanship so beneath us?” She described the President’s alleged reluctance to engage in the niceties of old-fashioned retail politics. He’s loath to give rides to fellow politicians in the presidential limo. When he plays golf at the weekends, it’s with junior aides… Continue reading Would you buy a used car from these men?