Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Mapping a Path Out of Steve Job's Shadow - Businessweek

A very good year for Apple and Tim Cook
"Apple stock is up 75 percent since Jobs’ death, driving its market capitalization past $600 billion and making it the most valuable company on the planet. Revenue, earnings, and margins have all expanded as well, and the company continues to hit its product release dates with the precision and consistency of a metronome. Much about the company’s direction and even its products still reflects Jobs’s decisions and design preferences—the iPhone 5 was the last model to receive detailed input from Jobs, say two people familiar with the phone’s development. The company has yet to release any products Jobs didn’t personally bless. But Cook has executed Jobs’s plan even better than expected."
Mapping a Path Out of Steve Job's Shadow - Businessweek
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