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Tim Cook's Apple: More Collaborative, More Profitable

This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. It's now been five years since Steve Jobs lost his fight with pancreatic cancer. Most observers wouldn't consider five years a particularly long period of time, but the tech world tends to move remarkably fast; five years is an eternity in Silicon Valley. That may be why it feels like Tim Cook has been Apple's CEO for so long, taking over just a few months prior to Jobs' death.
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