Saturday, August 20, 2016
"When Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the concern was that no one would be able to succeed him.
Apple's stocks dipped following his resignation, and his death led to anxiety among investors and some of Apple's customers. Oracle boss Larry Ellison predicted that, without Jobs, Apple "will not be nearly so successful."
Five years later, Jobs's successor Tim Cook has very much kept the ship afloat, helping the company to double its revenue from $108 billion in 2011 to $231 billion in 2015."
Woz on Tim Cook's first 5 years as Apple CEO