| Posted at: 7/20/2011 |
Filed Under: Apple
Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources inside of Apple, said that some board members actively engaged in negotiations on the issue of who will succeed Steve Jobs at the post of executive director. The question is that whether it is necessary for this event use the services of employment agencies and should it be a person of one of the leading companies in the industry. This issue arose in the company this year, when Steve Jobs was suspended because of cases of health problems. Although he actually takes an active part in the company and elaborate plans for the future of the full duty CEOs are not talking. However, his successor as chief executive of Apple has not yet appeared. Changing the executive director - not an ordinary event for the company, but not something out of. This is the working time, which is usually decided by the Board of Directors meeting. Steve Jobs - one of the seven directors of the company, but that he is its "face". Meanwhile, negotiations are currently behind the scenes and no one on behalf of the council did not act. Therefore, besides the routine discussion of the need to seek the replacement of Jobs, who did not perform all the duties of the CEO, it is possible that within the Council there was a schism or conflict between the current head of the company and a member of the board of directors. Expect any official information about what is happening in the leadership of Apple earlier than would be produced general agreement on who will in future hold the post of CEO is not necessary. This company generally reluctant to share their plans for the future, and to publish information which can also adversely affect the value of the shares, it is unlikely anyone would.