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Farhan Lalji

Bit of an exaggeration don't you think? It's not like enterprises are flocking to Google Apps or people are replacing Vista with Linux.

They've got a lot of money in the bank and a lot of smart folks. Think they'll need to change their ways to succeed longer term. But saying their end is near... think its a bit early for that.

Seem to remember Apple was written off a few years back and then launched a little thing called the iPod.

Edwin Hengstmengel

Add the conversation on Microsoft handing over Avenue A/Razorfish, aQuantive’s digital ad agency and the Yahoo!docu soap. The root causes of the revenue stall is certainly interesting to discuss. It seems unavoidable for most great companies. Or a matter ' premium position captivity' ?

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