By now you’ve heard that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has taken a medical leave of absence from his CEO position, and has named COO Tim Cook as his temporary replacement. Today TheAppleBlog takes a closer look at just who Tim Cook is — and more importantly, what he’ll mean for Apple. Having spent time in executive roles at both IBM and Compaq, Cook has an impressive resumé. And he’s stepped into the CEO post once already, when Jobs was treated for pancreatic cancer. But will he be a strong leader, one that will keep Apple on course? Read more at TheAppleBlog.
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