Here’s hoping this story ends soon. Steve Jobs went on medical leave, had a liver transplant, and is back to work and doing fine. Meanwhile, Apple didn’t melt down, AAPL went up over 70%. Tim Beyers in The Motley Fool says someone at Apple should pay.
Someone should pay for hiding material information like this. But it’s not obvious that anyone will—except perhaps for those who bought shares without understanding Jobs’ health status.
Hello? The stock is up over 70-percent. It’s still going up. No laws broken. Privacy maintained. Company worked well. Customers happy. Investors happy. Media pundits make so many assumptions, yet have little time to deal with facts.
What do you expect of fools?