, Apple has been thinking about a possible successor to Tim cook
. And now the 60-year-old Apple boss has spoken out for the first time about his (professional) future. This shows that the search is not unfounded. But there is still no real-time pressure.
Cook announces retirement as Apple boss
In a current one Interview with the New York Times (NYT) Cook said he probably won’t be running Apple for a decade. An end date as Apple’s boss is not yet in sight, but he’s unlikely to remain at the top for ten years. In any case, he currently feels very good. So it looks like Cook still really enjoys his job. And his previous record is impressive too. Apple is the most valuable technology company in the world and is now valued at more than two trillion dollars. Cook became the boss of the tech giant after Steve Jobs passed away in 2011.
Removals and makeover
Tim Cook did not comment on a possible successor to the NYT. However, more recently, a number of senior managers have already left Apple or are, such as the longtime head of marketing. Phil Schiller
– moved to the second row. The cult designer Jony iv
He hasn’t been with Apple for a long time. Last year it was announced that Apple would be its management level one. You want to prescribe a makeover
. The current boss is likely to stay with the iPhone company for a few more years.
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