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Health now Apple's job No. 1

Apple regroups as CEO Steve Jobs takes a six-month medical leave of absence. Here's our roundup of the latest stories about the announcement and its aftermath.

    Apple regroups as CEO Steve Jobs takes a six-month medical leave of absence. Here's our roundup of the latest stories about the announcement and its aftermath.

    Report: Jobs weighing liver transplant

    Another day, another Steve Jobs rumor. This time, Bloomberg says that Apple's co-founder is weighing the move as a result of complications from earlier surgery.
    (Posted in Coop's Corner by Charles Cooper)
    January 16, 2009 3:03 p.m. PST

    Apple faces credibility crisis over Jobs' health

    Apple has faced hard choices in handling its CEO's growing health issues. The latest news raises more questions about its honesty with investors.
    (Posted in Apple by Tom Krazit)
    January 14, 2009 12:59 p.m. PST

    What ails Apple's Steve Jobs?

    It's not entirely clear what is forcing Steve Jobs to curtail his day-to-day activities at Apple to recuperate from health issues.
    (Posted in Apple by Tom Krazit)
    January 15, 2009 3:01 p.m. PST

    Apple prepares for six months without Jobs

    It's impossible to say Apple won't miss its iconic leader while he recuperates until June. But, for the most part, it should be business as usual in Cupertino; at least for now.
    (Posted in Apple by Tom Krazit)
    • Steve Jobs taking medical leave of absence January 14, 2009 5:22 p.m. PST

    In the interim, who's leading Apple?

    CNET News provides a brief look at the key executives that will be running the tech firm while Steve Jobs takes a medical leave of absence.
    (Posted in Apple by Ina Fried)
    • Steve Jobs' health memo to employees
    January 14, 2009 2:52 p.m. PST

    Apple shares slump on Jobs health news

    Some Wall Street analysts point to Apple's deep executive bench, but investors aren't so sure the company can maintain its momentum without CEO Steve Jobs.
    (Posted in Apple by Dawn Kawamoto)
    January 14, 2009 7:21 a.m. PST

    'Fake Steve Jobs' attacks CNBC in on-air tirade

    Dan Lyons, Newsweek columnist and former Fake Steve Jobs blogger, goes on a rant about the network's handling of reports on the Apple CEO's health.
    (Posted in The Social by Caroline McCarthy)
    January 15, 2009 6:28 a.m. PST

    previous coverage

    Steve Jobs discloses 'hormone imbalance'

    Apple's CEO issues a statement on a medical condition that he says has been "robbing" his body of needed proteins.
    (Posted in Apple by Charles Cooper)
    January 5, 2009 5:54 a.m. PST

    In choosing to go public with CEO Steve Jobs' ailments to deflect damaging rumors, Apple may be forced to give regular updates on the health of its founder.
    (Posted in Apple by Tom Krazit)
    January 5, 2009 4:06 PM PST

    Jobs to skip Macworld keynote as Apple backs out

    CEO Steve Jobs planning to skip his annual January keynote address, and the Mac maker is ending its relationship with IDG's Macworld Expo.
    (Posted in Apple by Tom Krazit)
    December 16, 2008 1:53 p.m. PST

    Jobs hid cancer diagnosis for 9 months

    The thorny question of executive health and requirements for disclosure is raised in a Fortune article on Apple CEO Steve Jobs' decisions following a diagnosis of cancer in 2003.
    (Posted in Apple by Tom Krazit)
    March 4, 2008 6:33 PM PST

    After having a cancerous tumor removed, Apple's CEO tells employees he expects to return to work in September.
    August 1, 2004 6:00 PM PDT