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Steve Jobs has made mistakes before. Who can forget the “Flower Power” imac, the Cube or canceling the Newton? But this time, by negotiating to give Wal-Mart a piece of its online music and movie business, he might just be going too far.
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Apple’s success is based on unmatched loyalty by its customers and employees. By offering the best products, the best service, and a commitment to innovation and style, Steve Jobs has built much more than a technology company; he’s built a lifestyle empire that stands for innovation and quality.
Wal-Mart couldn’t be more different. Its big-box stores, mistreated employees and disposable goods stand in stark contrast to Apple’s.
Wal-Mart Watch is encouraging Wal-Mart to shape up and do the right thing by its employees and neighbors. And as of the most beloved companies in the world, Apple has a responsibility to do the same – not pursuing monopolistic strategies with Wal-Mart.
Steve Jobs has made some mistakes before; let’s stop him from making one now.