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Mark Gurman
Since Cook became CEO in 2011, only two senior VPs remain in their same titles: Cue/services and Schiller/marketing. Since Jobs died, Cook has changed SVPs of hardware, HW technologies, software, finance, legal, retail (3 times), operations (Williams now COO), and now design.
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Dennis Chiuten Jun 27
Replying to @markgurman
Are you suggesting Ive’s departure was Cook’s decision and not his own?
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Chalkie Davies Jun 28
Replying to @markgurman
Cook is simply not qualified to change Apple the way he did. He’s a great money manager and profit maker, nothing more.
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komocode Jun 28
Replying to @markgurman @forstall
any signs of returning?
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🅳🅈🄻🄰🄽 Jun 28
Zero chance.
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 Michel Jun 28
Replying to @markgurman
And the prices are getting expensive, and the Mac are getting more problems.
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Nate Lyman Jun 28
Replying to @markgurman
That kind of turnover over 8 years is nothing notable. These are also the execs with the most demand on the market while also being set for life financially.
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James Doody Jun 28
Replying to @markgurman
Maybe Ive got bored of the minor product iterations every year and needed to create a completely new product design mindset elsewhere.
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David Beach 💀 Jun 28
Replying to @natelyman @markgurman
Now if only Eddie Cue would take the hint.
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Christopher Aukerman Jun 28
Replying to @markgurman
He’s getting ready for the future. I don’t see anything wrong with that. Steve Job knew who to leave in charge.
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Shameer Mulji Jun 28
Replying to @aukermania @markgurman
Hopefully a brighter future
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