Friday, May 25, 2012
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple News" @ 06:00 AM
"Since taking over for former Apple CEO Steve Jobs last August, newly minted CEO Tim Cook has slowly made a number of changes to how things are done at the company. Whereas Jobs was mercurial, Cook is apparently genteel. Whereas Jobs downplayed labor issues in China, Cook has personally visited factory floors and met with Chinese officials."
The Fortune story is pretty interesting if you enjoy reading about how Apple works, and who doesn't right? The difference between Cook and Jobs? I think this quote from an employee says it all: "Cook clearly is a demanding boss, but he's not scary. He's well-respected, but not worshiped."