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The Feb. 25 meeting comes a day after Jobsâ€™s 54th birthday. It will give shareholders the opportunity to question executives and Appleâ€™s directors, who have remained silent about the CEOâ€™s health since he went on medical leave last month. It's a silence that some stockholders aren't happy about.
â€œThe company has a responsibility to let public shareholders know that the organizational structure will be sound if Steve Jobs has to leave for any reason,â€ Apple investor Ryan Jacob, head of the Jacob Internet Fund, told Bloomberg. Apple is the fundâ€™s third-largest holding, accounting for 5.9 percent of its investments as of Dec. 31. The amount of disclosure about whatâ€™s going on has been â€œpoor at best,â€ Jacob said.
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