“They may be getting a little nervous in Cupertino, Calif. Apple Computer Chief Executive Steve Jobs has historically dominated our CEO approval ratings, scoring the top spot for 20 straight months. In February, he even broke his own record with a 95% approval rating, the highest ever recorded in the survey,” David M. Ewalt writes for Forbes.
“But evidence of resurgent growth in the semiconductor industry threatens to topple the iCEO. In March, two chipmaking chiefs surged in the polls, and Texas Instruments’ Richard K. Templeton managed to tie Jobs for first place, both with a whopping 94% approval rating,” Ewalt writes.
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