Apple may make beautiful products but it resembles North Korea in how it communicates with the world
To many, Apple is the poster child of the Web 2.0 generation. Yet, there are few companies that are as anti-Web 2.0 as Apple.
“Apple’s silence on Steve Jobs’ health may have broken federal securities rules,” a Los Angeles Times headline stated on June 25.
“A Memphis hospital said Saturday Jobs had never been a patient. Then they changed the story,” said a Forbes article.
“If I have any serious illness, or something coming up of an important nature, an operation or anything like that, I think the thing to do is just tell the Berkshire shareholders about it. I work for them,” Warren Buffett told Bloomberg.