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____/ Apprentice troll on Thursday 25 December 2008 17:14 : \____
> "Ramon F Herrera" <ramon@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> "BusinessWeek's list of the world's 10 most influential companies is
>> out, and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) isn't on it. Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL)
>> is. So is Google (Nasdaq: GOOG).
>> Hear that? It's the jeers from the iGallery: "Thanks for playing, Mr.
>> Softy, but everybody hated Vista. You no longer matter." These are the
>> companies that do, says BusinessWeek:"
> Microsoft owns BusinessWeek
Not literally (am I missing something?), but BusinessWeek is classic "Wintel"
press for its pro-Microsoft biases. A little like Slate, which actually /was/
owned by Microsoft and still emits the same biases, BusinessWeek responds to
agenda, not news. There are many more papers just like that.
~~ Best of wishes
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