…r some of the most vile tactics we’ve ever seen in American politics. But damn, she fucking did it. She got this far, not because she read some watered-down feminist motto. She got this far because she read the warning labels and decided to do it anyway.
At a certain point, companies stop being truly innovative. They lose their competitive fire and balk at moonshots — they value preservation over expansion. When you’re hungry, you take risks. When your belly is full, you’re risk-averse. With its core products established and markets effectively saturated, Apple can only improve its products incrementally and play the quarterly earnings game; buying out smaller companies takes the place of innovation.