Articles from Bloomberg over the past couple weeks. Why does Bloomberg have it in for Apple? Apple Seen Losing Innovation Magic by 71% in Global Poll This bases on a survey of 906 investors, analysts and traders who are Bloomberg subscribers around the world. Apple iPhone Slips as Samsung Devices Advance in Survey Tiger Global, Appaloosa Cut Apple Stakes Hon Hai Profit Misses Estimates on Slowing Apple Orders Headline not based on anything Foxconn said, but based on comments from Wall Street Analysts making the assumption it's lower demand for Apple products. iWatch to Save Apple? Yes because Apple is doomed and clearly needs saving. They'll be bankrupt soon if they don't release a new gadget to save them. Soros Added to Google Last Quarter, Cut Apple and AIG Apple Misses iPhone Customers as Global Carriers Balk Apples $145 Billion in Cash Fails to Win AAA Debt Rating Harvard Liquidates Apple Stake After iPhone Sales Lose Steam Harvard's endowment is $30.7 billion. They sold $304,000 of Apple stock and that warrants a Bloomberg headline. Nokia Invests in High-Resolution Cameras to Woo Apple Buyers Because Nokia would only be interested in wooing Apple customers. They could care less about Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, etc. customers. Is Ive's Software Revamp Too Risky For Apple? LG Display Profit Misses Estimates on Stalling Apple Sales Is Apple Losing Its Innovative Edge Falling iPad Mini Demand to Push Pegatron Electronics Sales Down Phillip Elmer Dewitt took Bloomberg to task for this article because they basically chopped up the Pegatron CEO's comments to fit their narrative of Apple in decline. And the CEO released a statement to Fortune basically saying the Bloomberg story was false. I'm sure I could find even more negative headlines from Bloomberg. And I wasn't just cherry picking. The positive headlines were few and far between.