The following is an excerpt from CBSNews.com | October 19, 2016 |
When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died in 2011, many wondered if the company would stumble without its visionary CEO. This week on 60 Minutes, Charlie Rose goes "Inside Apple" to see how the company is faring four years later, and whether it is still capable of the kind of bold innovation that made it the richest corporation in the world.
On 60 Minutes Overtime, Charlie Rose describes the differences between Jobs and his successor Tim Cook. "Steve was a visionary," Rose tells Overtime editor Ann Silvio in the video above. "Steve had a great sense of marrying humanities and technology. Tim, on the other hand, is an engineer."
But Cook, who was handpicked by Jobs to lead the company, says he doesn't feel like he needs to outdo him. "I loved Steve. Steve is not my competition," he tells Rose. "He selected me. I want to do every single thing I can do and use every ounce of energy I've got to do as well as I can."
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