Investors Boo Steve Jobs

Moresco, Justin
January 2008
Red Herring;1/16/2008, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decline in share price of Apple in line with the dissatisfaction of investors with the company's announcements at Macworld in San Francisco, California. At the event, Apple Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steve Jobs announced the launch of Macbook Air laptop, a digital movie rental service, and improved features on iPhones and iPods. Enderle Group President Rob Enderle explains why he thinks the Macbook Air will not be a success. Apple shares dropped 4.8 percent or $8.68 on January 15, 2008.


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