I knew the day would come when Steve Jobs would retire, but I didn't expect to cry. I'm crying because I never got to meet Steve Jobs, never got to shake his hand, never got to suffer his direct criticism. I'm crying because I'm afraid I never will.
Should a public company have to tell its shareholders that its CEO has been diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening illness? In the case of Steve Jobs, a CEO who is arguably Apple's single most valuable asset, I think the answer is "yes."