BusinessWeek’s Peter Burrows wrote a story a month ago that said Apple wouldn’t be able to get Sony and Universal to go along with an iTunes Store movie rental plan. Well, Burrows was wrong, and the two companies were definitely on board by the time Jobs delivered his yearly MacWorld keynote.
But Jobs is gracious, right? He wouldn’t rub it in when he saw Burrows, right? Well…
Jobs greeted Burrows by by saying, “Well, I guess your story looks pretty dumb.”
That wasn’t a question, by the way. And knowing Jobs, it probably wasn’t a joke either.