Apple stockholders hold annual meeting
0. phoneArena 28 Feb 2014, 20:26 posted on
Apple's stockholders' meeting today was supposed to include voting on Carl Icahn's non-binding proposal suggesting that Apple buy back $50 billion of its shares. But Icahn recently withdrew the motion, which took the excitement out of the meeting. The highlight turned out to be shareholders re-electing eight board members, including former Vice President Al Gore...
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1. Kishin (Posts: 700; Member since: 30 May 2013)
New products is all saw in this article..So exciting..
5. rodneyej1 (Posts: 3576; Member since: 06 Jul 2013)
Lol, right!...Yeah, politics are boring..
2. joey_sfb (Posts: 4583; Member since: 29 Mar 2012)
Why is Tim Cook calling their former iPad tablet design "embarrassing"?
Any one could make a guess?
6. Napalm_3nema (Posts: 1742; Member since: 14 Jun 2013)
It was heavy, battery life wasn't great, and it had a horrible screen, same as the first iPhone. It's not about what you used to do, it's about what you are doing.
11. g2a5b0e (Posts: 3525; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
Sure, if you're looking at it by today's standards. None of those things were necessarily true when it came out though.
4. rodneyej1 (Posts: 3576; Member since: 06 Jul 2013)
"" Apple shareholders hold annual meeting.. They decide that it would be best to have the iPhone6 run WP8.1, and make Ballmer CEO"""
Lol!!! Just joking.. :-):-):-)
8. Miracles (Posts: 560; Member since: 31 Aug 2013)
The video was rude. Climate change is much more important than them stockholders making money.
9. PBXtech (Posts: 1032; Member since: 21 Oct 2013)
Brutal quote, sounds like they aren't too fond of Tim and miss Steve. Too bad for Tim most shareholders don't know jack about running corporations.
10. superduper (Posts: 151; Member since: 20 Oct 2013)
Not sure how the Mac Pro is not innovative and new. It squeezes an unimaginable amount of power into a tiny frame, much smaller than the average desktop PC tower. I can't think of any cylindrical desktop computers or workstations that existed before it was released. PCs are still box shaped, as they have been since the '80s. That's 30 years of convention overturned.