Steve Jobs Resigns

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs has officially resigned in a letter to his board of directors, saying he could no longer meet the duties and expectations as Apple's CEO. He endorsed Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook as his successor. What will Jobs' departure mean for Apple? Will the company be able to sustain its record of success?

Guests:

Nick Bilton, technology and business reporter for The New York Times and lead technology writer for The Times' Bits blog

Regis McKenna, investor and marketing consultant at Regis McKenna, Inc.

Jennifer Chatman, distinguished professor of management and chair of the Haas Management of Organizations Group at UC Berkeley

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