CEO confessions: We're Apple fanboys (and fangirls) too

The top brass at Microsoft, Google, and HP may not say it in so many words, but Apple remains their shining beacon

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(Ever get the feeling HP is like a dinosaur who crawled into a cave to hibernate, slept through an entire ice age, then woke up and asked, "Where is everybody?")

There is, however, one exception to the Everybody Wants to Be Apple rule, and that would be Twitter. In an interview with NPR, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo was asked if co-founder Jack Dorsey was stepping back from his duties at Twitter because he's so "difficult to work with" (kind of like a certain former Apple CEO reputedly was).

Not surprisingly, Costolo denied that. He also added:

You know, people often ask me and they ask him, you know, "Is Jack the next Steve Jobs?" And my answer is always, "He's the next Jack Dorsey." He's going to go down as one of the great visionary entrepreneurs in American history.

Yeah, well, maybe. But he'll never get his own show.

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