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To: greg s who wrote (210947)10/5/2021 4:46:31 PM
From: J.F. Sebastian1 Recommendation

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Doren

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Exactly. Jobs didn't invent much himself, if anything really, he was just a charismatic salesman and marketer.

He was visionary in that he could see future trends well and had a knack for knowing what customers wanted and how to sell expensive electronics to them.

Apple has lost that razor focus on making easy-to-use consumer products, but that problem started under Jobs' tenure anyway.

Apple became too big with too many products for one man to handle it all.



To: greg s who wrote (210947)10/6/2021 3:53:54 PM
From: Doren2 Recommendations

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J.F. Sebastian
NozRydr

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> Steve Jobs was no Bob Noyce. (caution language)