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Why add to Apple’s debt to pay for the buyback when it’s sitting on so much cash?
“Since it’s so cheap to borrow money, it makes no sense to bring the money back into the United States and get killed from a tax perspective,” he added.
- Carl Icahn Sounds Off On Apple Again, Says He Won’t Try To Remove Board of Directors (insidermonkey.com)
- Icahn wants immediate buy back offer from Apple (commercehall.wordpress.com)
Many of us struggle to find enough time in the day to accomplish all that we need to do, but the crunch can be even more difficult for those working in a small business. Here are 10 tips to help you find time to focus on your business.
Tip #5: Take Breaks
Don’t underestimate the value of downtime, which helps your brain recharge and clears your thinking. Dr. Scott Testa, director of the Entrepreneur and Business Boot Camp at Villanova University, likes to go on predawn runs or bike rides. “That time unfocused on the business and exercising allows me to focus on the business,” he says. “It’s counterintuitive, but it helps me focus on what is important.”
The longer it takes for that deal to come, however, the more Apple’s share price may suffer.
5c No Cannibal
Wall Street was also disappointed with the price point for Apple’s developing world phone, the 5c, Testa noted. “It feels the handset business is a commoditized area that Apple should be super aggressive in and go after the low-end Android phones.”
- Carl Icahn scoops up Apple stock on post-iPhone event plummet (macdailynews.com)
- Apple Inc. (AAPL): Should You Join Carl Icahn? (etfdailynews.com)
- Tim Cook to meet with Carl Icahn on Monday in New York City (macdailynews.com)
- China Mobile Leak and a Dinner Date Top Thursday’s Apple Stories (benzinga.com)
FOSS Devs’ Biggest Complaints: Documentation and Licensing
“What makes open source so good is often what makes it undesirable,” suggested Scott Testa, director of Entrepreneur and Business Boot Camp at Villanova University. “If you are a big corporation, you want to adhere to the license, but in some cases the legal issues are not clear. If you are a programmer, you just want to get the code writing job done.”
“What makes open source so good is often what makes it undesirable,” Scott Testa, director of Entrepreneur and Business Boot Camp at Villanova University, told LinuxInsider.
“By nature open source has poor documentation and problems trying to figure out if your intended use is legal,” Testa explained. “If you are a big corporation, you want to adhere to the license, but in some cases the legal issues are not clear. If you are a programmer, you just want to get the code writing job done.”
- FOSS Devs’ Biggest Complaints: Documentation and Licensing (linuxinsider.com)
- What’s FOSS all about? (boxite.wordpress.com)
- How to Find a Mentor to Help You Navigate Small Business Ownership (staples.com)