Bloomberg Praises Apple for Being Boring

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In a time when Silicon Valley’s ideas seem ever sillier and more outlandish, Bloomberg’s Leonid Bershidsky praises Tim Cook for running Apple like a traditional company.

It’s kind of amazing how Bloomberg can never get anything right. Apple is run nothing like a traditional company, and saying it is really exposes how uniformed Bloomberg is.

Warren Buffett turns out to have a quarter of his portfolio in Apple, lending credence to the idea that Apple isn’t a standard tech company.

Cool! Maybe this will help Apple beat Amazon to become the first trillion dollar company.

I just read this, which was maybe affected by Apple’s announcement about its growth in services revenue:

The big music labels are selling big chunks of their Spotify stakes