What would Steve Jobs think of the Apple bond issue?
Apple's $17 billion bond issue seems like an unnecessarily convoluted method of getting some of the cash horde "into the hands of the shareholders."
Although I suppose the fees earned by Goldman Sachs will quiet some of the squeakiest wheels clamoring for that cash.
Why does Tim Cook think this is a good idea? When you're sitting on 150 billions, you don't need to give a shit what the shareholders think.
Or what the self-dealing opportunists at GS think.
Focus on making great product, not keeping those so-called activist investors placated.