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Handling the Transition When the Founder Leaves

Handling the Transition When the Founder Leaves

Perhaps no one in corporate America is more closely identified with the company they founded than Steve Jobs, the chief executive officer of technology giant Apple. So when he emerged from his medical leave — he's been suffering from health problems following his 2004 surgery for pancreatic cancer — to unveil the latest iteration of Apple's computer tablet last week, analysts and investors breathed a sigh of relief.

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