How Would Apple Stock React to Jay Carney as New PR Boss?

9 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

According to reports, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is considering President Barack Obama‘s former press secretary Jay Carney for its top PR job. It would be a controversial choice, to say the least.

Michael joined Fox Business’ Varney & Co. to weigh in on what kind of effect such a hire would have on Apple stock…


9 Responses to How Would Apple Stock React to Jay Carney as New PR Boss?

  1. Ron Berg says:

    Apple could asily find someone much better than Carney. He was such an obvious liar, why would Apple want that face representing them? It would hurt them becaue no one would believe a word Carney said.

  2. Larry Groce says:

    to hire a person that in all good conscious can get in front of the American people and tell nothing but lies does not desire a place in corporate America. Personally, with options available that are just as good if not better than Apple, I will give up all of my Apple products and never look back and to be sure that my point is make I will ship the products to Tim Cook. There comes a time when you have to take a stand and this is that time. No one should be rewarded for having no moral decency and pushing an agenda that has had such devastating results.

  3. Krishan Bharadwaja says:

    Carney has no self respect and is a prostitute to the ones that pay his salary. His employment by Apple will lead a very large number f AAPLE aficionados to discount 95% of what he says as concocted lies.

  4. Bill says:

    I will sell ALL of my Apple stock. How could the average stock holder believe a gut who lied on a dailey basis for Obama????

  5. Creighton Kaslow says:

    Jay Carney has been doing the voice over/narration to the slow torture and dismantling of this once proud and great nation. I liken his presence to what it would be like to hear the voice of a man at the helm of personal torture-unforgettable, unnerving, and fear inducing. I try to invest by the adage of not being emotional about money, but I think in this instance I would completely divorce myself from AAPL as an investor and an end user. I don’t think I’m alone when I say Carney and the rest of us would all be better off if he ‘occupied Wall Street’ instead of the largest corporation in the world!

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