- Feb 8, 2002
When you are a publicly traded company you have shareholders to answer to also not just your consumers. When you have a product that looks to be superior to your competition you are going to under charge for it?Almost all companies given no competition start to stagnate, raise prices for their products/services and kill/slow down progress significantly (NVIDIA is a notable exception but then Jensen is smart enough to understand that AMD has Microsoft/Sony backing and he cannot rest on his laurels). It's not about appreciation - it's there, it's about apprehension.
How do you think that next shareholder board meeting is going to go?