"In the last ten years, Microsoft’s market capitalization has collapsed from a whopping $590 billion in 2000, back when Apple was valued by shareholders at just $16 billion. But today, Apple has grown to a valuation of $208 billion while Microsoft has settled down to one of just $261 billion.
This didn’t happen because Apple hoodwinked consumers with splashy devil marketing as Windows Enthusiasts like to suggest. It happened because Apple performed brilliantly while Microsoft not only lost sight of its core strengths but actually destroyed itself by chasing after Apple in hopes of stealing what was making Steve Jobs’ company great."
"Microsoft desperately worked to set up an ecosystem of device makers and music retailers, apparently unaware that there would be no real money to be made in selling software to MP3 device makers, and no real money to be made by store partners who planned to sell and rent digital content to MP3 device owners. Apple appeared to realize this, and so it operated its iTunes Store at break-even just to support sales of its integrated hardware-software product."
to, i jos mnogo, mnogo razloga za ono sto dimkovic kaze:
"Ali trziste ocekuje da ce Apple biti uspesniji na duze staze."