I voted 'No'
Jobs still feels the hurt of losing out to IBM in the early eighties, his failure to capture a toehold in the workstation market in the early nineties (remember the NEXT?) and his absolute failure to play a significant role in the emerging internet business. He has now gained a significant share of the comsumer market and - as all power corrupts - starts playing power games (re: you article on i-Phone privacy, his shutting out of third party software developers, etc)
Mr. Jobs has turned Apple into a money making concern again, but it does not make him or his policies more pleasant. And many coporate buyers don't relish the idea iof having to deal with a company that seems to be run along Henry Fords lines (I will choose for you!)
Alfred Damen, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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