networkn:tdgeek:networkn: Skolink: I don't believe in business you need to be nice to succeed, however it annoys me when people defend people who go out of their way to be ruthless and nasty in business (Just because other people do it, does it make it right?). SJ takes pride in what an AH he can get away with being, and this is one of the many reasons I have little respect for the guy himself. I have been successful in business (Though I don't run the largest tech company in existence), but I have not been ruthless nasty or dishonest knowingly to do so. I believe when you show people respect, it garners respect in return in most cases.
SJ is the type of person who never leaves anything at the table for anyone else in a deal, he is widely known for it.
I'd be keen to hear of the ruthless behaviour you are talking about.
"never leaves anything at the table for anyone else in a deal" Details???
There is plenty of evidence if you search for it and have a read. It's hard to believe that if you have such a knowledge of Apple, you won't have heard of cases over the years.
Ok, no info given. I am aware of activities that CEO's are up to, particulartly in the tech sector. As in plural