"I'd shut [Apple] down and give the money back to the shareholders." --Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell
Myhrvold shouldn't have to stand alone in Apple ignominy -- he's far from the only person to have issued last rites for the company, just one with a higher profile than most. Except maybe Dell, who took the chance to rib his competitor before a 1997 tech conference crowd. At around 300 bucks a share today, investors are probably glad Steve Jobs didn't heed the advice.