Apple CEO Tim Cook on why running Apple 'is sort of a lonely job'

Apple CEO Tim Cook on why running Apple 'is sort of a lonely job'

Just six weeks before Steve Jobs' death, the iconic Founder of Apple handed his CEO position to Tim Cook, former Chief Operating Officer.

In what has been described as one of the most “closely watched [transitions] of power in corporate history”, Cook, in a lengthy interview with The Washington Post, discusses the approach of his five year anniversary as CEO, Apple’s future, failures and the increasing interest in AI and AR.

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