Jobs Downplays His Importance At Apple

in General Discussion edited January 2014
From NY Times article on Apple:


Despite Wall Street speculation about Mr. Jobs’s importance to the company, he said he did not believe he was an irreplaceable asset at the firm that he helped found.

“I believe I’m an irreplaceable asset with my family,” he said, “but Apple is an amazing company that would go on without any individual, including myself.”

Steve's just being coy, but is also starting to introduce the idea that he could eventually step aside... it could be coming sooner than some suspect. \

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