|Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs provides an insight into one of the most iconic multinational corporations, Apple, after the death of its co-founder and CEO, Steve Jobs.
When Steve Jobs died in 2011, the most predominant question in everyone's mind was the eventual outcome of Apple without its visionary leader. While many Apple employees were eager to prove that the company could strive even in his absence, many were aware of the obvious challenges that lay ahead of them. Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs delves into the arduous feats CEO Tim Cook and the rest of the team faced while trying to amalgamate the company's progress with Jobs vision.
Based on meticulous research and the statements of over two hundred current and ex-employees, this book provides an in-depth perception of Apple and its possible future. The author delves into Tim Cook's leadership skills, his strategies, latest product development and the relationships between Apple and Wall Street. She also questions whether anyone could possibly replace one of the most charismatic leaders the IT sector has known and if Apple will continue down a fortuitous path. There is also a profound and poignant insight into Jobs last few months battling pancreatic cancer.
Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs discusses Foxconn, the DOJ ebooks trial, the Samsung trial and patent details as well. The book was published by William Collins in 2014 and is available in paperback.