Pegatron CEO Debunks Bloomberg’s iPad Mini Spin

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    iDownloadBlog has a very interesting story today that revolves around comments made by Pegatron CEO Jason Cheng in an email to Fortune’s very credible Philip Elmer-DeWitt, regarding a story published by Bloomberg about the iPad mini the previous day. Basically, Bloomberg’s original story came from the Pegatron investor conference, and saw writer Tim Culpan spinning his report on the conference with the headline, “Falling iPad mini demand to push Pegatron electronics sales down.†After reading this, and believing that the headline contradicted what he had learned from his own sources on the matter, Fortune’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt decided to investigate further and emailed Pegatron CEO Jason Cheng for a quote. Cheng replied by saying that Bloomberg’s Culpan made up the claims in his story when Cheng had not provided him with the figures he had wanted. [/FONT]

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    [FONT=&quot]iDownloadBlog notes that The Loop’s Peter Cohen also writes about the Bloomberg article, saying, [/FONT]
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    [FONT=&quot]Source:[/FONT] Pegatron CEO: Bloomberg is lying about ?falling iPad mini demand?

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