Apple without Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs announced Wednesday, August 24 he left his position as president of Apple, "unable to meet the requirements of this position." In his resignation letter, he recommended to entrust the management of the group at number two in the group, Tim Cook (on the left above). This initially linked to the health of the brand's founder, was recently welcomed by the markets that Apple has sanctioned the title, down 5% last night. The brand will seek to show that this departure, prepared by Steve Jobs, will not affect its continued development.