Jonathan Ive on the ethical implications of Apple's businessHelen Walters
There’s been quite a flurry of excitement in the online media-sphere of late, after entrepreneur, CEO, some time journalist (and BusinessWeek columnist) Jason Calacanis published The Case Against Apple—in Five Parts. As you can imagine, much discussion has ensued since, with some hostile to any criticism of Apple’s way of doing business and some others apparently fanning their foreheads in relief that someone has dared to say that Apple isn’t perfect.
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