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This is about destructive, INTENTIONAL recruiting away of important employees in order to damage competitors, a practice that had become quite common at the time. As I remember, Microsoft was the originator of this practice, but escapes without even mention in this anti-Apple/Google propaganda lawsuit. Naturally, the loathsome Microsoft Pando will keep us informed.
8 months ago on Revealed: Apple and Google’s wage-fixing cartel involved dozens more companies, over one million employees
"Apple decided long ago that its success would depend on increasing profits instead of market share. The company still considers its computers and tablets and smartphones as luxury goods instead of commodity products, and it prices them accordingly."
"An industry captivated by dollar signs simply can’t understand one of the few companies whose sole purpose is to accrue as many as possible."
More ugly anti-Apple lies and propaganda from what has become one of the worst anti-Apple sites.
1 year ago on The trouble with investors’ “Jack & the Beanstalk” approach to Apple’s growth
@Spinchange wrote: "I was ready to buy an iPhone 5 but when I started learning how bad the new Maps app was, and knowing how important that functionality is to me, I bought a Galaxy Nexus instead. "
Microsoft is now sending its best propagandist creeps to this article.
2 years, 1 month ago on Mapgate Is Over. Apple Won. Customers Won. Google, Not So Much.
Google makes most of its money selling ads to businesses who want to sell something to those 1.5 billion users.
WARNING: Charbax is a 24/7/365 anti-Apple propagandist who will say anything to discredit Apple.
You arrogant sick creep. Who are you? Do you really think the ugly anti-Apple bullshit you're posting here is helping Android? You're too good at this to be the usual iHater/gamer, so someone is paying you.
@Juan Jimenez DanG1
The professional anti-Apple propagandists are out in force on this article.
@leekelly wrote: "My next phone will not be an iPhone. This whole thing smacks of blind devotion to the cult of Apple. "
That's a good one, leekelly! As if someone who would write "This whole thing smacks of blind devotion to the cult of Apple"would ever buy an iPhone! You're a hater / propagandist creep.
"I was looking at this thinking how could they possibly dare to screw up the largest tech IPO in history."
I don't think they care about Facebook or even America. They're pawns to be sacrificed in a bigger game.
2 years, 4 months ago on Roger McNamee of Elevation Partners calls NASDAQ & Morgan Stanley Criminals in Facebook IPO Debacle
You're wasting your time Paul. The article above has enraged the haters. You can't say anything good about Steve Jobs without enraging the vast army of unemployed Microsoft gamer creeps that patrol the tech internet from their parents basement all day long.
2 years, 5 months ago on Can You Handle the Truth? Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Movie is Going to be a Disaster
@ajthedj Why Apple? Google and Microsoft pay far lower rates than Apple:
Google 2.4% Rate Shows How $60 Billion Lost to Tax Loopholes:
Microsoft tax rate:
"Things were rosy in the giant software company's just-ended fiscal fourth quarter, which produced record sales of nearly $17.4 billion, a 30 percent increase in after-tax profit, and a 35 percent gain in earnings per share.
But for the Internal Revenue Service and foreign tax authorities, things weren't so rosy. Microsoft reported only $445 million in taxes in the U.S. and other foreign countries, just 7 percent of its $6.32 billion in pre-tax profit."
Dummies Guide to Microsoft's Nevada Tax Dodge:
"In 1997, Microsoft et al. lobbied to reduce Washington State's Royalty Tax from 1.5% to .5%, a threefold reduction. This wasn't low enough. The company decided to open a small Reno, Nevada office to dodge the tax completely.
Between 1997 - 2011, the company used its Nevada office to avoid $1.51 billion in Washington state taxes, interest and penalties. If you include impacts from the company's lobbying and calculate its savings at the original 1.5% rate, it's saved $4.37 billion."
2 years, 6 months ago on What Eduardo Saverin Owes America (Hint: Nearly Everything)
@baxleyjames Where did I say he wasn't?
"Farhad Manjoo graduated from Cornell University in 2000. In 2008, he was hired as a staff writer for Slate magazine, covering technology, journalism and politics."
Farhad's credits should also mention that he worked as an anti-Apple propagandist for The Mercury News, which is owned by the Bill Gates Foundation. Then for NPR, also as an anti-Apple propagandist, then on to more anti-Apple propaganda for Microsoft Slate.
@RayCromwell "because maybe, just maybe, in some scenarios, a dollar of money might escape Apple's clutches."
It's NOT about money, and you know it.
2 years, 6 months ago on Apple Is Rejecting Applications that Use the Dropbox SDK
@SaketSaurabh @Zato You're welcome, a-hole.
@SaketSaurabh And thank-you Saket for the reminder that this world is full of sick egoists like you who can't tolerate the existence of anything that challenges their GOD, the almighty Lord God King Microsoft.
"According to Sinofsky, Windows 8 will let you 'seamlessly switch between Metro style apps and the improved Windows desktop.' "
Microsoft has no choice. They need a tablet OS to keep their gamer geeks happy, but those geeks don't want to lose all the software they worked so hard to pirate.
3 years, 2 months ago on Microsoft: The Schizophrenic Windows 8 Interface Will Offer the "Best of Both Worlds"