Was Apple 'Adequate but Late' on Jobs?

Some corporate governance experts question whether the tech giant could have been more forthcoming about its CEO's hormone imbalance
In this composite photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs is seen on Sept. 9, 2008 and on Oct. 12, 2005. Jobs announced today that he is battling a hormone imbalance that is responsible for a drastic loss in weight. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Apple (AAPL) investors got answers to some of their nagging questions about the health of the company's chief executive, Steve Jobs, on Jan. 5 when Jobs disclosed in a letter that he is suffering from a hormone imbalance that has caused rapid weight loss over the past year.

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