Apple CEO Steve Jobs

How Apple Can Stay Great Post-Jobs

As new CEO Tim Cook no doubt knows, Steve Jobs is the ultimate hard act to follow. But Cook might take a lesson from the experience of Sam Palmisano, another COO who took over a massive tech company -- in his case, IBM -- and who really delivered for shareholders. With that in mind, here's a game plan for Cook to keep Apple great.

Mac Fan Reflects on 4 Decades of Apple

I've been a Mac since the late 1970s. Of course, back then we didn't use those words or yet know our small geeky circle would someday become a bona...

Apple Stock to Plunge on Steve Jobs News?

It's still unclear exactly what is currently ailing Jobs, but many investors are likely thinking that it does not bode well for the future of Apple. Beyond Tuesday's trading, it will likely be a rocky road for Apple's stock until Jobs's health situation becomes clear.

Apple's Steve Jobs Takes Another Medical Leave

For the second time in two years, the CEO of the consumer tech giant is taking a medical leave of absence to focus on his health. Jobs, a pancreatic cancer survivor, hopes to return as soon as possible and has turned all day-to-day operations over to COO Tim Cook.