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Author: Cook, unlike Jobs, ‘understands people need to take vacations’


Author Yukari Kane, whose work we’ve touched upon before, has done an interview with The New York Times to promote her new book Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs and she drops some interesting insights into the differences between current Apple CEO Tim Cook and late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs. Kane says that it’s just not true that Cook is laid back and she says that he’s a very intense person who is simply quieter than his famous predecessor. However, she also says that Cook has definitely eased up in some key areas and that unlike Jobs he “understands people need to take vacations.” “Jobs routinely made a habit of calling people back midvacation,” explains Kane, who also goes on to

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