think it's OK to leave investors guessing all the time?
Whether it's questions about
or today's report about the
behind the iPod and iPhone, this company always clams up.
So we'll just have to wait to find out if
The Wall Street Journal
is right about the departure of Senior Vice President Tony Fadell for "personal reasons" and the plan to replace him with Mark Papermaster, a former
Apple's response: The company doesn't comment on "rumors and speculation." Of course the good folks at Apple won't shut up when they've got something they want to talk about like when they launched the
, the iPhone and the
If you own
, you'll just have to trust that everything is fine. The only other choice is to sell the stock, which enough investors are doing today to leave Apple shares down 46% on the year.
The nerve of those nonbelievers.