Though, the death of Steve Jobs, the former co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc., had made one and all to doubt the success of the company in the long-run. Tim Cook has well-managed the work and operations within the company so far, a recent report says.
Jobs had those skills and intelligence with which he had managed to make new products worth great desire. However, his work was lauded no before he brought into picture iPad and iPhone. But, his neuroendocrine cancer, diagnosed in 2003, killed him on October 5, 2011 even when he received a treatment.
Following his death, questions were raised of Cook or any other person would be able to make the company go sky-high. But, as per the findings, the company has only gone up after his death and under the supervision of the full-time chief executive Cook.
It has been found that a rise by 75% or above has been realized by the company on 4 October last year. "I never viewed my role as replacing him. Steve was an original. I don't think another one of those is being made. I never felt the weight of being Steve", Cook was quoted as saying.
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