Apple’s Tim Cook and Jony Ive top Vanity Fair’s ‘The New Establishment’ list

Vanity Fair magazine has published its yearly listing of top media power players, called ‘The New Establishment,'” Jordan Golson reports for MacRumors.

“Apple CEO Tim Cook is paired with designer Jony Ive in the number 1 spot, up from number 4 in 2011,” Golson reports. “The top five reads like a who’s who of tech with Cook, Ive and Zuckerberg being joined by Amazon head Jeff Bezos, Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and Square and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]

7 Comments

    1. What memo? The one sent by the dumbass doubters, paid bloggers, ulcerated trolls, professional curmudgeons, devil’s advocates, herniated haters, FUD peddlers, clinically depressed doomsayers, smartass been-there-done-that tech pundits, defensive mainstream journalists, or jackass prognosticators across the water steepling their hands while they attempt to tut-tut us into cultural insignificance?

  1. Steve left Apple with well stocked troops to carry on the mission. I think Apple will do OK, at least as long as this group is in place. After that it depends on this bunch’s hiring skills to attract top notch talent that pushes the envelope for the next era.

    1. Unfortunately Tim’s first crack at filling a ket Executive position is an disaster. I know Steve’s first Executive hire was also a mistake, at least he had the excuse of being a fresh faced kid in business at the time. Looks like Tim does not have a functioning BS detector. Where as Steve was a professional BSer himself so he was able to spot it in others.

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