Do you have a name of a company?
Do you have a name of a company?
Ah, yes. They'll follow the lead of the other hardware makers. Ones who are doing such a good job, their profits are increasing.
Like the companies on the following list:
So, there's 50 million urban youths?
Or maybe you're stereotyping a bit.
The most ironic part of the Trump election.
'Stick it to the elites!' by putting them in positions of power everywhere in government. Especially those who have given him millions.
I won't argue your larger point. We live in a representative republic, not a democracy.
But this "and only by a bit at that" is demonstrably false.
While the count is still going on, she's already won the popular vote by more than anyone except Obama in 2008. It's more than 2,7000,000 people voted for Hillary over Trump. It's not politically meaningful *today*, but it is something.
Won't disagree with that, but is there any promise Trump hasn't already broken?
They're two sides of the same coin. His comes along with blatant racism, misogyny, populism, and cronyism.
But he sure knew how to play the game better. I'll give him that. Which is ironic given that she's a career politician.
If the Dem's don't learn the real lesson from that, there's no hope for them either.
It's easy to do that when you tell the best lies.
Only private. And probably all faked well enough to fool investors.
Q4 is always low.
$50B is about 12 months of profit.
Yeah, because he doesn't throw out conspiracy theories like Trump throws out idiotic tweets.
Hey buddy, pizzagate isn't a real thing.
But glad you shared.
Have you dumb fucks ever heard of batteries? Or energy storage in water/train cars/etc?
Holy shit. Just because the sun/wind isn't available doesn't mean you must use any grid/carbon power.
Sure, just follow senior advisor to Trump General Flynn on twitter for all your real news.
Dude is full on fucking conspiracy nut crazy. Like need to see a psychiatrist crazy. Institutionalized crazy. Electroshock therapy crazy.
Sure, but put it into perspective of Apple's overall sales.
2106: $215B total revenues
Apple would have to sell $2B of just smart watches for it to be more than 1% of gross revenues, or a rounding error. Which is bigger than the entire smart watch market.
Does every large company report on every line of sales that's less than 1%? Or do they often just roll it into 'Other' or some larger product line?
Criticizing Apple for doing the same just shows a level of ignorance that is most likely based in blind hatred.
Actually, they've been carrying debt for the last couple years when it became cheap to do so, and they couldn't repatriate their earnings w/o huge tax losses.
Nothing major (for their scale of business), but it is somewhere on the order of $50B. That may sound a lot to you, but it's a couple weeks of sales to them.
You would really suck as busienss.
Apple is the most profitable company in the phone industry (104% profit while at ~20% of sales)
Apple is the most profitable company in the computer industry (~25% profit while at ~5% of sales)
Apple has zero recognition in the 'bread-and-butter' computing. They tried it for a while, couldn't cut it, so they got out. Everyone only wants the cheapest CPU/RAM/storage per $.
So, try to justify from a business point of view why they would move somewhere else, that doesn't involve losing money. Because everything you mentioned is a money losing prospect.
"And remember: Evil will always prevail, because Good is dumb." -- Spaceballs