Today in Apple history: Lousy quarter proves Steve Jobs isn’t invincible

December 6, 2000: Apple’s stock price falls after the company posts its first quarterly loss since Steve Jobs’ return to Cupertino in 1997. Shares tumble $3 to just $14 a share as doom-predicting pundits worry that the big Apple comeback might come screeching to a halt. Little did they know…. The earnings dip Apple suffered […]
(via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens )

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