Thursday, August 25, 2011

Steve Jobs resigns from Apple

Steve Jobs resigns as CEO. The daddy of all the great successes of Apple leaves every operational commitment to Tim Cook to take office as president. Jobs has survived pancreatic cancer and a liver transplant. In a heartfelt letter to shareholders and employees the manager's favorite around the world motivated by the latest generations resigned his state of health.

"I always said that the day would come when I could no longer keep my commitments as CEO of Apple. Unfortunately that day has come, "wrote the founder of the company's Cupertino. "I think the most brilliant and innovative Apple days are ahead of us and I look forward to contributing to success in a new role." Steve Jobs named Tim Cook Apple's CEO.

Tim Cook, 50, leads the company's Cupertino since Steve Jobs became ill in 2004 and - except for some rare appearance to present the new products - has delegated to his right arm any operational role. The new head of Apple, who is also on the board of directors of Nike, has joined the company in March of 1998, quickly earning the trust of Jobs.
Just arrived in Cupertino, has revolutionized the whole field of production and distribution, to commission many activities and shutting many factories of the group, contributing to a substantial increase in profits. Passionate about fitness and cycling, some call him at work demanding and unforgiving.

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