Friday, October 19, 2007

The iJoke's On U

Stick it in your iPod, Michael. Bloomberg (10.19.07):
"Ten years ago this month, Dell Inc. founder Michael Dell said Steve Jobs should 'shut down' Apple Inc. and return the money to shareholders.

Dell then had a market value of $4 billion to Apple's $700 million."

Apple Market Value Soars Past Dell's on Mac, IPod

Since then? Apple's market value has "soared to $150 billion, more than double that of its personal-computer rival."

To be fair, Steve, not exactly a man of small ego, started the brouhaha by "criticized Dell for making 'un-innovative beige boxes.'"



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