Neil Cybart pokes holes in Reuters' Apple Car story (video)


  1. Michael Goldfeder said:
    Apple should acquire Disney. Apple should acquire Netflix. Apple should acquire Tesla. Apple should acquire __________?

    I’m quite comfortable with Apple under Jobs, and now Tim Cook, to decide what’s in the best interest of the company and shareholders long term.

    December 24, 2020
  2. David Emery said:
    Apple should acquire Goldman Sachs and fire Rod Hall 🙂 🙂 🙂

    December 24, 2020
    • Thomas Larkin said:
      Is there a way to give two stars when up-voting?

      December 24, 2020
  3. Steven Philips said:
    Well, it did cause me to check out “curiosity stream”. Looks interesting
    AND, as he notes, it avoids you tube. Winner!

    December 24, 2020
  4. David Drinkwater said:
    In place of Peloton, Concept 2 might be a better (little known) buy that has been out there since forever (I own one of their ergs and I first rowed/road on one back in the 80s). Apple is economical. And even back at one tenth of what it is today, I think the merger costs, the efforts required to integrate Musk and Tesla into Apple, were probably too high. Apple is doing fine without Steve Jobs, and Musk would just be a stinkier version of Steve Jobs (pardon the pun).

    December 25, 2020
  5. David Drinkwater said:
    Pity that Neil Cybart wasn’t sound-synced. That dramatically takes away from his presentation.

    December 25, 2020
  6. David Emery said:
    This is as much a debate about Twitter as it is about technology or business.

    TWITTER IS AN ABOMINATION, and these kinds of discussions about ‘Tweetstorms’ and ‘Twitter strategies’ just reinforces my totally negative impression of Twitter. YMMV.

    (Twitter is all about throwing soundbites, not about actual informed discussion.)

    December 25, 2020

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