Apple CEO Tim Cook's management style has come under scrutiny in the wake of the transition from the flashy, charismatic icon Steve Jobs to the more methodical, low-key Cook, according to a Reuters analysis that points to the company's stock price decline and the lack of recent breakthrough products. And yet, Cook won a vote of confidence from Apple director Bob Iger, who said Cook took on "a very, very difficult role given the person that he's succeeded and the company he's running."

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