Apple shareholders to decide Jobs' future

Apple shareholders to decide Jobs' future

Apple Computer shareholders had their chance yesterday to show their approval -- or disdain -- for the work done by interim CEO Steve Jobs, at a shareholder meeting to decide Jobs' future on the company's board of directors.

Also up for re-election to the board is Larry Ellison, chairman and CEO of Oracle, according to documents filed by Apple with the US Securities and Exchange commission.

Ellison was appointed to Apple's six-member board in August last year, shortly after a management shakeout which saw all but two of the board members lose their posts.

Apple officials played down the importance of the fact that the shareholder meeting will be closed to press, analysts, and shareholders who purchased their stock after February 23.

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