Posted by: macintoshsisters | March 4, 2008

Apple shareholders pepper Jobs with questions

Apple CEO Steve Jobs fielded several wide-ranging questions from Apple shareholders Tuesday at the company’s annual meeting, covering ground from the iPhone to the plans for a post-Jobs Apple.

For the most part, Apple’s shareholder meeting is just as boring as anyone’s. This year was a little more interesting, as a non-binding shareholder proposal was approved advocating that the board of directors give shareholders input into executive compensation. But the most compelling part of the meeting was the hour or so in which Jobs, COO Tim Cook, and CFO Peter Oppenheimer fielded questions from a wide range of shareholders inside Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.

FULL article at C|Net

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