"As you know, the dispute at Samsung Electronics with the victims of leukemia and other occupational illnesses has already been widely reported around the world. If a class-action were to start at court, I am afraid it would further damage the company’s brand."
"In an open letter posted on Facebook Sept. 14, Paul Jobin, associate professor of East Asian Studies at Paris Diderot University in France, and Mr. Lee’s former peer at Keio Business School in Japan, demanded sincerity and transparency in Samsung’s dialogue with SHARPS, saying, “I hope you can resume as soon as possible the social dialogue with Sharps, which is representing more than 200 victims from your company, and I wish this dialogue will be sincere and transparent.”"
ADI up 6.37% today on strong earning and guidance. So if all AAPL suppliers are doing well and gave good guidance for next Q/Y, how is AAPL not going to do well? AAPL up only 0.96% today after 1.3% down yesterday on no news? so pathetic! lol..
What I would like to know is how was Apple able to figure out how to gouge people on a device that probably cost Apple $20 to manufacture in mass quantities but make it up by overpricing the band? That is a pretty slick trick Apple. Reminds me of the where I spent $400 on a Swiss watch and needed to have the battery replaced, guy replacing the battery opened the case and happened to sit it down next to a cheap watch he was also changing the battery. I asked him, that cheap watch looks the same on the inside as my more expensive watch. He said it was basically the same. I then asked exactly what did I get for my $400. He said that I got a watch face with a name on it and a slick looking band.
' Former Peer of Samsung Vice Chairman Lee Urges Him to Negotiate With Occupational Disease Victims '
September 14, 2015
A French scholar who took an MBA course about 20 years ago in Japan with Lee Jae-yong (also known as “Jay)”, vice chairman and the heir apparent of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., urged Mr. Lee to negotiate with victims of the company’s occupational disease cluster.
Samsung Electronics Could Layoff 30% Of Staff Amid Cost-Cutting '
Samsung plans to cut jobs in the coming months as its business struggles
Martin Blanc -- Oct 30, 2015
Take that Ratboy!
No, it isn't Apple, the hedge funds are playing Apple like a violin. With the aid of the MM's, eating up the day traders like sheep grazing on grass. As we near the end of the quarter and into earnings Apple will take off , but, they will invent an Apple problem to have an excuse to drop the price just before earnings. After earnings Apple will make a real run. until they manipulate again, rumors, and falsehoods. Oh! how they love the weak and politically influenced SEC.
"WORTHLESS PUTS"? DUHHHH? If they're worthless, then no premiums are collected because their values are ZERO, just like your posts! What's the point? Now go change your name for the FIFTH time, and post again under another stupid German moniker!
Thanksgiving week..... thats the "week" thats going on. A REAL yawner.... and fine. I expect good things in December!
all this news is so good yet the stock is not dominate,, look at SWKS up 2.00 AVGO up 4.00 apple up 1.00 really so whats the issue today why we are not leading the pack
"That gives Apple a big opening to capture the top wearables spot in the near future."
"For the first time in five years, Apple entered into a new product category this year with the launch of Apple Watch in April, marking company’s initial push into the wearable technology market. We believe Apple Watch will be a major hit this holiday season."