All the best to Steve Jobs as he steps back from the resurgent Apple Corporation as its Chief Visionary, ruthless businessman and market creator. All the best to his hand-picked relief (Mr. Cook) whom has very innovative and big shoes to fill.
There is a very short list of people that changed American (and world) living habits. Jobs belongs on that short list for creating mass markets based on aesthetics and software. Even I have an iPod. Can the Apple magic continue? Time will tell.
Speaking of that other “J” word – there isn’t much comfort about our miserable Job situation. Keynesian stimuli didn’t work as we face one of the slowest bounce-backs from recessions of the last 50 years. I sure hope that there is a silver lining in one of these economic clouds hanging heavily over our heads.
What me Worry? Wall Street “Always climbs the wall of worry”. Climb away – please.
Shifting and shaking from Wall Street to Wet and Wobbly streets:
What a tough climate week it was for folks on our Eastern seaboard -> experiencing a pretty large earthquake and the first major hurricane of this season. Mother Nature can be a b!@#$.