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"Mr. Jobs suffers from immune system issues common with people who have received liver transplants and, as a result, his health suffers from frequent 'ups and downs,' according to a person with knowledge of the situation, who agreed to speak on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss it," author Miguel Helft wrote.
well he said he'd still be involved in major decisions, Cook is a capable replacement, and Apple is getting ready to announce record sales, but let's face facts... liver transplant survival after 6 years is slim . . it will come folks, sooner than any of us would like. I think the best Steve can do is get Cook ready to step in, maybe this is part of it.
However, IMO. Cook is a great Bean Counter and an Operation guy. Wheres the creativity ? ?
I think that the VP's that control the hardware or software design <-- Gheese I had their names a minute ago Should be the ones that take over CEO . Cook is a good interim , Apple needs another visionary?
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