Tim Cook – New CEO of Apple
After Steve Jobs resigned, Apple has named Tim Cook as its new CEO.
Cook joined Apple in March 1998. Before that Cook was vice president of corporate materials for Compaq. And before that, he was COO of Intelligent Electronics’ reseller division.
Tim Cook has run the company before for two months in 2004 when Steve Jobs had surgery for pancreatic cancer and then in 2009 when Jobs had a liver transplant.
Since January 2011, Cook has been responsible for day-to-day operations of Apple, with Steve Jobs still holding final decision-making authority.