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Tim Cook: The new Apple's CEO


Along with the resignation of Steve Jobs as Apple CEO, Board of Directors has agreed to designate Timothy ' Tim ' d. Cook instead of Jobs in the future. Then Cook in a personal figure?

Tim Cook began his career in the company of Apple in March 1998. Starting as a regular until the end of his career employees sped up since 2004. Even in 2005. He managed to occupy the position as executive vice Apple, which then-paid USD800 thousand a year. The last position he served as prior to becoming CEO, is as right hand Jobs in Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Before being appointed as CEO of Apple, actually Tim Cook some time served while the highest position in the company Apple. Cook was recorded in January 2009. Then Cook replacing Jobs which must undergo a temporary leave of absence due to surgery for cancer.

Then, the optimism comes from all of Apple's top brass. So, the team has a good reputation for working with Jobs, they sure though that there is no Apple founder, Tim Cook was able to run companies that are developing increasingly advanced.


"The team is the best Executive and extraordinary. I think the team will work fine even though the Jobs are not on his side, "said Mike Janes, a nearby colleague Tim Cook.

Cook himself replacing Jobs for approximately 5 months, until finally Jobs back to the public. February 2011, Timothy d. Cook finally returned, replacing the position of CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, as the number one at Apple was to be a temporary leave of absence for reasons of health.

Cook last month took over the responsibility for the company's Apple daily, when Apple CEO Steve Jobs ' leave of absence for medical purposes.

Apple does not have to worry about losing Jobs because of the Apple Executive Jobs, noting that for many years surrounded by talented management teams and exceptional, just call it such as Chief Design Jonathan Ive, mobile software, Scott Forstall, and product marketing, Phil Schiller (from)

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