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Apple’s Core: Who Does What

Updated: Aug 04, 2016 5:49 PM UTC | Originally published: Aug 25, 2011

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No decision-maker at Apple is far removed from Steve Jobs. Through his tight-knit and largely long-serving executive team, Jobs quickly sees everything that goes on at the company. He also routinely reaches outside these inner and outer circles to collaborate on critical projects with key employees. This organization chart, which includes most but not all Apple executive officers, is based on Fortune's reporting, in addition to some limited information Apple releases publicly. No decision-maker at Apple is far removed from Steve Jobs. Through his tight-knit and largely long-serving executive team, Jobs quickly sees everything that goes on at the company. He also routinely reaches outside these inner and outer circles to collaborate on critical projects with key employees. This organization chart, which includes most but not all Apple executive officers, is based on Fortune's reporting, in addition to some limited information Apple releases publicly.

--Reporting by Doris Burke

*Ronald Johnson left the company in June 2011. Apple has yet to officially name his replacement.

This chart is from the May 23, 2011 issue of Fortune.