Apple CEO Steve Jobs tops Forbes’ CEO Approval Tracker for 20th straight month

Apple CEO Steve Jobs marks his 20th straight month at the top of the Forbes CEO Approval Tracker with an approval rating of 95%. The results for February:

Steve Jobs, Apple Computer – 95%
Samuel Palmisano, IBM – 58%
Kevin B. Rollins. Dell – 41%
Scott G McNealy. Sun Microsystems – 39%
Robert P. Wayman, Hewlett-Packard – 17%

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23 Comments

  1. kokosnotjuice — What the hell kind of name is that?

    Good luck finding a kid’s toy license plate with THAT name on it!!! HAH!!!

    Magic word: “head”, as in “I’m going to go get me some . . . “

  2. kokosillygoose — What the hell kind of name is that?

    Good luck finding a kid’s toy license plate with THAT name on it!!! HAH!!!

    Magic word: “head”, as in “I’m going to go get me some . . . “

  3. Meanwhile the Great British Government bestows Billy G with a Knighthood:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3428673.stm

    This is fine for his charitable work – but not for his counter-productive, self-enriching, insecure, time-consuming, inelegant, ugly and unstable software called Microsoft Windows.

    In time it will be Steve Jobs who gives the world software that is precisely the opposite.

  4. Words are nothing without punctuation, read:

    “In time it will be Steve Jobs; who gives the world software that is precisely the opposite.

    And to prove the point:

    Punctuated by men: “A woman, without her man, is nothing.”

    And by females: “A woman: without her, man is nothing.”

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