NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- In several recent articles I expressed Apple (AAPL - Get Report) and Tim Cook-related bullishness. While the man -- and moreso the company Steve Jobs left behind -- deserves credit where due, there's still something about Cook that rubs me the wrong way.It's best exemplified in the dog and pony show that took place between Apple and David Einhorn and the one occurring now between Cook and Carl Icahn. The spectacle Cook allows to play out in the public sphere brings back concerns I raised this past February in What David Einhorn Is Doing Foreshadows the Beginning of the End at Apple.
Tim Cook Shouldn't Let Carl Icahn Treat Him Like This
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