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Susan Rambo
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Re: Apple have it class !!!!
Susan Rambo   5/13/2014 10:30:55 AM
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Thanks, Zeeglen. I just deleted the spam and the spammer. --Susan

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zeeglen   5/13/2014 9:10:51 AM
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_hm   5/12/2014 7:06:05 PM
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Apple has so many engineers with very few products. Can they create their own better products at much lower cost? Perhaps slowly Apple is now suffering from aging effect.

 

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TarraTarra!   5/12/2014 12:57:27 PM
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Valuation is in the eye of the beholder. $3.2B may sound a lot but you cannot put a price on "cool". Apples biggest asset is the brand - not the technology. It is buying into a very succesful brand's consumer reach. Beats has a coolness factor to it especially among the younger crowd. Beats came out of nowhere and took share away from stodgy Bose.

 

I remember when $1B for youtube made people gasp!

 

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