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Re: Can Apple Handle a Bigger Slice of the Pie?
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2009-04-07 05:20:05
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The personal computer market may be wheezing, but Apple continues to rack up respectable growth numbers. Historically, growth has presented high-tech companies with some ticklish challenges, but the Macintosh maker may be poised to deal with the pitfalls associated with expanding market share. One problem typically facing a rapidly growing company is expanding its infrastructure to continue to meet its customer's expectations. Tech support, for instance, may suffer.


Enderle is a Quote Whore & Mindless Microsoft Shill
Posted by: A clue for you! 2009-04-07 11:21:31 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
I dismiss any article with Enderle's name in it!

This ass hat never had a clue in his life. All he is capable of is mindless regurgitation of Microsoft lies.

If you are asking this idiot and Apple hatter to give you insight you must be even stupider than Enderle. That is a very tall order. Since you call yourself MacNewsWorld your obviously a shill as well, for Microsoft's usual lies, so your site is useless to the thinking class.

Rob Enderly = No credibility
Posted by: ElectroTech 2009-04-07 07:18:04 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
As soon as I see Rob Enderly,s name quoted, I know that the article is not credible. If you were to follow this Microsoft shill, you would believe that Apple died a long time ago and that if he were CEO, it could be mildly successful.

Come on MacNewsWorld, get rid of the bum.

Uh Oh, Stop the Press
Posted by: Wingsy 2009-04-07 05:28:32 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
On the 10th paragraph I stopped reading. Any company calling itself a news source looses ALL credibility when it quotes Rob Enderle. And you guys call yourself MacNewsWorld. Incredible.
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