26 Feb Apple tells shareholders that Jobs will return
CUPERTINO, Calif. — For the last nine months, Apple has refused to get into specifics about the well-being of its chief executive, Steven P. Jobs, even as he said last month that he was taking a six-month leave of absence to deal with health problems.
On Wednesday, the company’s shareholders had their chance to press for more information — but they did not get far.
At its annual shareholder meeting here on Apple’s corporate campus, run by the chief operating officer, Timothy D. Cook, the company responded to inquiries about Mr. Jobs by saying that he still planned to return to the company in June.
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