On sick leave since the start of the year, Apple boss Steve Jobs is delighted to return to his job full time.
“Apple boss Steve Jobs can't wait to return to the group full time”, said on Wednesday his number two Tim Cook, with whom he maintains regular contacts.
Steve Jobs, 56, has been on sick leave since January, for a harsh reason. He had a liver transplant two years ago, and survived pancreatic cancer in 2004.
He is still on sick leave but we see him regularlysaid Cook, who runs Apple on a daily basis in the absence of number one.
As we have already said, it remains involved in all major strategic decisions. I know he wants to come back full time as soon as he canadded Cook, who spoke during the traditional conference call with analysts after the quarterly results were released.
Jobs was cited in the earnings announcement, noting thatwith an 83% increase in turnover and 95% in profits, Apple is ahead of the curve.
We will continue to innovate on all fronts for the rest of the year, also promised Jobs, who had already recovered from convalescence last month to present the second generation of the San Francisco iPad.
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