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Cook is credited with pulling Apple out of manufacturing by closing factories and warehouses around the world. This helped the company reduce inventory levels and streamline its supply chain, dramatically increasing margins. In January 2007, Cook was promoted to COO.
Cook served as Apple CEO for two months in 2004, when Jobs was recovering from pancreatic cancer surgery. In 2009, Cook again served as Apple CEO for several months while Jobs took a leave of absence for a liver transplant.
In January 2011, Apple's Board of Directors approved a third medical leave of absence requested by Jobs. During that time, Cook was responsible for most of Apple’s day-to-day operations while Jobs made most major decisions. Following the resignation of Jobs, Cook was made CEO of Apple Inc. on August 24, 2011.
Cook also serves on the board of directors of Nike.:
Mon Jan 16, 2012 5:13 pm Post
ptram wrote:SJ had a leadership genius that will not be replaced, and in the long term this will be the real problem. Maybe they should look at the younger genius growing in the universities: the new SJ will not appear as an aged executive manager, but as a young rule-breaking anarchist.
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Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:44 pm Post
bargonzo wrote:Fluff wrote:......................................CBT?
Which definition of CBT are you suggesting applies here?
Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:19 pm Post
Wock wrote:(1) Steve left a plan for the next 5 years on product ideas so the magic path is still there.
Mon Jan 16, 2012 11:45 pm Post
I have one that is several yeas old on my entertainment system now. So you are proving my point. Newton... the iPhone as in infant, died in its cradle because Steve wasn't there to market it. Vegas is nothing more than a pile of dip sh*ts feeding eacho other lines trying to drive their stock up. Ignore them just like a local politician.Wock wrote:(3) The rumors of "Apple TV" are one of the hottest tech talks in Vegas.
And so the death peal begins. With no A-Hole emperor beating the slaves we are left subject to the whims of the market. kewms and I may agree on this one thing with no single area of compromise (I think this is a first for us is it not?).Wock wrote:(5) When Apple beat out Google, Microsoft, and Exxon to become the number 1 company in the world investors started to finally realize that Apple is not just a hiccup in the tech sector but is a savvy business machine. The idea became very apparent when people realized that Apple had more CASH and marketable securities than the US American Government had on operating cash balance. (July last year)
http://articles.businessinsider.com/201 ... bt-ceiling
Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:12 am Post
AmberV wrote:So where's the NeXT innovation...
Fixed that for you.
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