Chief Executive Tim Cook is facing a new reality: delivering steady results from one of the world’s most valuable companies is no longer good enough.
Could someone please explain the bold part? I don’t understand what is no longer good enough? What does “form” suggest?
On Thursday, hedge fund manager David Einhorn sued Apple in a New York federal court in an effort to block an Apple shareholder proposal that he argues could limit how the company could return some of its $137 billion cash pile to investors.
What does the above sentence mean?
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“delivering steady results” = delivering a stable and consistent financial performance
“one of the world’s most valuable companies” refers to Apple
“no longer good enough” = not adequate any more (for some shareholders)
Dozy, thanks for you kind response.
I still don’t understand what does the following part suggest? Althrough I know the meaning separately but I don’t understand the combine.
“delivering steady results from one of the world’s most valuable companies”
“one of the world’s most valuable companies” (i.e. Apple) is the source of the “steady results”.