Sometimes the best business decision is to stay out of markets where your company has no competency.
Anybody remember when Microsoft was thinking about buying Intuit? Microsoft Money (heh) wasn't quite as nice as Quicken and they really wanted to get into the accounting software market big. Everyone balked, some screamed anti-trust. In the end MS threw in the towel and Intuit is doing well. Imagine if they had bought Quicken only to kill it later because of their incompetency.
A similar situation exists with Tiger, the last PowerPC version of OS X that can run Classic and runs much faster than Leopard ever did on those machines.