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Apple TV Is A Huge Cash Cow, Which Is Why Apple Is In No Rush To Make It Better

forbes.com — There is one thing standing between Apple TV and being the number one media player, and that's the enormous pile of money it's making. According to the firm, Apple TV has now made $1 billion in media sales.
Jul 23, 2014

Piece on @forbes argues Apple hasn't improved TV because it's making so much money. But that's nonsense: forbes.com/sites/ianmorri… (1/2)

Jul 23, 2014

Apple TV is a good product, but it could be a lot better. Here's why Apple won't let it live up to its potential: onforb.es/1p7RwAj

Jul 22, 2014

Apple TV Is A Huge Cash Cow, Which Is Why Apple Is In No Rush To Make It Better @Forbes onforb.es/1p7RwAj

Why Can't We Solve The Problem Of Short-Termism?

forbes.com — In an HBR article in 2011, Dominic Barton, the global managing director of McKinsey & Company called on business leaders "to reform the capitalist system by fighting the tyranny of short-termism." By January 2014, even Barton had given up on corporate leaders.
Jul 23, 2014

Why "maximizing shareholder value" destroys shareholder value: Basically, we're measuring the wrong thing forbes.com/sites/steveden…

Apple Granted Patent For 'iTime' Smartwatch Design

forbes.com — Apple has never publicly acknowledged that it's working on a smartwatch, although it's widely expected that an "iWatch" could be introduced as soon as this September. On Tuesday, the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted a Patent to Apple for a smartwatch concept referred to as 'iTime' in the documents, lifting the veil of secrecy on Apple's wrist-based ambitions at least a little bit.