October 30, 2012

Tim Cook Makes His Move

Erica Ogg, GigaOm


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Cook’s decision to let Scott Forstall go from his his position leading iOS software from Apple after a major misstep involving Maps shows that Cook is unafraid to remake Apple into a company that works for him, not just for Steve Jobs.

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