Steve Jobs was a hard man to pin down, according to Tim Cook, his successor as Apple chief executive.
"He would flip on something so fast that you would forget that he was the one taking the 180 [degree], polar position on it the day before," Cook said this evening during an onstage interview at the D10 conference in Palos Verdes, Calif. (see video below). "It was an art; he would never know that he fought the opposite. I saw it daily."
But Cook also called this tendency a "gift," pointing out that "… Read more