Warren Buffett calls Tim Cook a 'fantastic manager' of Apple

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    GeorgeBMacGeorgeBMac Posts: 9,453member
    As in most things, good or bad are largely dependent on what you measure.

    Warren Buffet is a great investor.   But he is not an inventor, developer or entrepreneur.
    So, he measures Tim by the things he knows and values:   the ability to manage an organization.   And he's right:  Tim is very good at that.

    But if Steve were reincarnated and took back the helm, I doubt that Warren would be praising him.   Steve was one of the the world's greatest -- but not in the things that Warren knows and values (Yes, Steve got better at managing an organization after his return, but it was never his specialty.)
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