I come to praise Tim Cook, not to bury him. The Apple CEO has been in the headlines for the past week because he got $750m in shares — which he promptly sold — and for reaching his 10th year at the head of the world’s most valuable company.

Having succeeded the late Steve Jobs, Cook has turned Apple into the first $1-trillion and then the first $2-trillion company...

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