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Apple has risen to meteoric heights over the last decade, a series of victories that saw them go from being a curio computer company barely sustaining itself to being named the most valuable technology company in the world at a cool $222 billion (May 2011). More »
According to a hedge fund manager named David Einhorn, yes he is.
Einhorn, whose “Greenlight Capital” hedge fund commands a whole 0.11 per cent of Microsoft shares, reckons the Microsoft exec is “stuck in the past” – and that Ballmer should call it a day and “give someone else a chance” at running the empire. More »