“It’s been a tough year for Apple. Company critics have been relentless in talking against it at every move,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Calls for the removal of CEO Tim Cook have arisen, along with chatter claiming that the company has lost its innovative edge.”
“That was 2013,” Evans writes. “What about 2014?”
“I expect it to be a very different story,”Evans writes. “And that’s not wishful thinking; I see a lot of signs that suggest Apple is going to have a good year in 2014… To me, it seems as if the company has spent most of the year putting the pieces in place to regain all the momentum it indisputably lost upon the tragic death of CEO Steve Jobs. 2014 will not be like 2013.”
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