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Apple without Jobs, again

Kipp is sad to hear that the serious health problems that Apple’s tycoon, Steve Jobs, has been battling over the past few years have not gone away.


January 18, 2011 4:54 by

On Monday, Apple announced that for the second time in two years, its chief executive Steve Jobs is taking a medical leave of absence. The news raised serious questions about Mr. Job’s ailing health and the future of the company’s leadership.

In an email to Apple employees, Mr. Jobs said chief operating officer Tim Cook would run day-to-day operations in his absence.

Read more: Six Degrees of Steve Jobs


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