Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 19th Jan 2009 15:25 UTC
Apple Speculation about Steve Jobs' health situation has been a hot topic for a while now, and Bloomberg is jumping on the bandwagon as well - but you have to wonder if there's a limit as to how far journalists should go in order to gain insight into Jobs' health. While his position as CEO of a large publicly traded company puts him on a pedestal, I do believe there are limits to the hight of this pedestal. Bloomberg grossly crossed the line in my book, and Jobs seems to agree with me. "Why don't you guys leave me alone?"
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Wishful thinking
by robinh on Mon 19th Jan 2009 16:54 UTC
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Agree that the poor guy should be left alone, but in today's world this is not going to happen.

I.M.O, we in the west spend too much time worrying about the *rights* and *freedoms* of the press, and not enough time worrying about their *responsibilities*.

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