Would Apple be adversely affected by the resignation of Steve Jobs?
No one is indispensable, I'm sure some one else is very capable in running the show. New people bring new fresh ideas, and change is always a good this... Just saying
I think it will hurt them. But I am sure he has built a great road map for the company. Any company that loses their leader will feel it in some way. He is one of the most innovative people of our time. I just hope he stays strong and spends the time he has with his family. Cancer sucks! I will pray for him!
He is a legend !
When somebody of his stature moves out the company does feel little bit lost. But I guess Apple is much more than an individual driven company ....So there will not be any noticeable impact ....
Wish him speedy recovery and let him spend some time with his family ....
No I think. It was unavoidable. He has to resign today or tomorrow considering his health. But apple will keep on growing in technology and in device field by giving releases of phones, laptops etc. also he is general body head now
Nah Steve Jobs has been in and out of health related leaves of absences for a while, they definitely know what they're doing. I would not be worried about their competency and their ability to handle the company itself.
by Stacie L 11 years ago
CUPERTINO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Apple’s Board of Directors today announced that Steve Jobs has resigned as Chief Executive Officer, and the Board has named Tim Cook, previously Apple’s Chief Operating Officer, as the company’s new CEO. Jobs has been elected Chairman of the Board and Cook will...
by theirishobserver. 11 years ago
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by Stacie L 11 years ago
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by Flightkeeper 12 years ago
He has been in the forefront of so many iconic personal technology that are the wave of the future. It's sad that he is a shadow of what he used to be.
by Paul Sam 7 years ago
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by lesliebyars 9 years ago
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