Apple shareholder demands CEO succession plan

With Steve Jobs out on medical leave, and no additional details provided about his condition supplied by Apple, some have speculated that Jobs won’t be retuning to his position as CEO at Apple.

While we aren’t going to get into that discussion, some think that the concerns are big enough that Apple should publish a CEO succession plan.

According to Henry Blodget at Business Insider,  the Central Laborers’ Pension Fund of Jacksonville, Illinois, a firm that holds Apple shares, is asking the Board of Directors at Apple to publish such a plan, and to update in annually.

While Apple is secretive, it isn’t dumb. I’m sure there’s a plan in place, and I’m sure that the board will share it when the time comes. With a shareholders meeting on February 23, more details may be around the corner.

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