A series of recent incidents of bad press may have left investors wondering why CEO Tim Cook isn't doing a better job managing Apple's image. The Wall Street Journal recently reported on lagging iPhones sales threatening a Verizon sales agreement, while Financial Times recounted engineering delays with the rumored iWatch, and there are continuing reports regarding poor labor conditions at Apple's suppliers.
In the following interview with the Fool's Alison Southwick, Fool.com contributor Doug Ehrman discusses how bad news has affected the company and why you may want a new CEO if you're an Apple shareholder.
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