Steve Jobs' death pushed Apple to enter Israel?

Discussion in 'Apple, Industry and Internet Discussion' started by GarytheiPhonema, Dec 21, 2011.

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    GarytheiPhonema

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    Mess

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    I'm skeptical about this.

    I think as long as they have Jony Ive in there with his designs they will be fine.
     
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    rdowns

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    What the **** does a director who worked at Apple over a decade ago know about what's going on there now?
     
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    Must be a slow news day to print stuffs like this
     
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    rdowns

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    Hey, you should wait on your criticism until we're sure Jordan doesn't post this on the front page. :p


    As for Mr. Sirkin, he seems to have a problem holding a job. :D
     

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    Must have been his work on the Pippin that catapulted him on this skyrocketing career
     
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    Doesn't this say it all?

    "Sirkin was with Apple for more than seven years in the nineties, having led a team within the company’s Macintosh unit. The executive managed the group responsible for creating FireWire technology as well as the Pippin, a low-cost computer designed to extend the Mac’s reach."

    Wasn't the Pippin one of the biggest tech flops of all time?
     

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