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Businessweek Profiles Scott Forstall

Adam Satariano, Peter Burrows and Brad Stone: Some former associates of Forstall, none of whom would comment on he record for fear of alienating Apple, say he routinely takes credit for collaborative successes, deflects blame for mistakes, and is maddeningly political. They say he has such a fraught relationship with other members of the executive team—including lead designer Jony Ive and Mac hardware chief Bob Mansfield—that hey avoid meetings with him unless Tim Cook is present.
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