“They’re going to get sued and they should get sued because I
think a closer look at the record is likely to unearth knowing and
willful misrepresentation,” said Jean-Louis Gassée, the former
president of Apple’s products division and the founder of the
software maker Be, who is now a venture capitalist and blogger in
Palo Alto, Calif. “When the C.E.O. says there’s nothing wrong with
the company as it is, it’s not cautious, it doesn’t make sense.”
This is just going to keep getting uglier and uglier.