Tim Cook is doing at least one thing as CEO of Apple that Steve Jobs didn't like: He eats lunch with his employees.
Adam Lashinsky reveals in his latest Fortune article that Cook "often sits down randomly with employees in the cafeteria at lunchtime."
As Lashinsky points out, it's a small but noticeable change from Jobs, who generally just stuck to eating lunch just with Apple's design chief Jonathan Ive.
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