At Apple, Mr. York was regarded as a relatively authoritative figure on audit and corporate governance matters but tended not to offer too many opinions, said people familiar with the board.
But he had strong feelings about the way Mr. Jobs handled disclosures about his leave of absence for health reasons in January 2009.
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