One of the problems in high-tech industries is that successful companies tend to generate cash pretty liberally (but) they don't have good places to put it."
<sarcasm>I really know what he means. It must be hard being the 52nd richest American in the world, with a net worth of $4 billion dollars and growing. And he's the CEO of the (currently) most popular software company ever, driving the information age into whatever comes next. With so much wealth (personally and in business), he really carries the burden for all of his employees, stock holders, and the public as a whole. Thanks for taking one for the team Eric!</sarcasm>
If he's having trouble figuring out what to do with that money, I can think of a few things :)