Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Jun 2009 21:45 UTC
Apple I'm sorry, but I can't get around it any more. Over the weekend, we had a story in the reputable Wall Street Journal that Steve Jobs had a liver transplant two months ago in a hospital in Tennessee. This story got all over the Apple media - obviously - and was later confirmed by the hospital in question. All the usual questions arose about privacy, Warren Buffet had a remark about it, and so on. Let's get all these stories out of the way in one go.
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RE[2]: No one's business
by christianhgross on Thu 25th Jun 2009 09:52 UTC in reply to "RE: No one's business"
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Can you show me the legally binding documents?

And are you a shareholder of Apple? Because if you are not then you have no word on this matter anyways.

I am a shareholder in Apple and I could voice, but I believe a good CEO was in place and I believe all is ok. I also believe Steve Jobs has rights to privacy.

Now regarding the president, it is not a fair comparison because people in a country vote for a person. But in a corporation it is the shareholders. And they have seemed to be ok with it. So again your opinion does not matter!

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