The New York Times looked
into the matter and reporter John Markoff writes that Jobs himself has been
reassuring friends and Apple board members that he's just fine. There's apparently
a problem that caused him to lose weight, and he had surgery to straighten that
out (imagine that: surgery to actually gain weight!).
Still, there's pressure for Apple to disclose its succession plan in the event
that Jobs steps down. If Apple ever does get a new leader, could that person
please, please license the Mac OS to hardware OEMs like HP and Dell? The market
needs a good $500 Mac laptop.
Posted by Doug Barney on July 24, 2008 at 11:52 AM
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