This reminds me of another employee that once worked for AAPL, Ron Johnson. Tim has lost more money than Ron. How long will this continue? Its the silence that always costs the most. Recall last year when GMCR was at $20-25 and the CEO would not say a word. Then he got canned and the stock came back despite CNBC Herb's tactic's. I think AAPL needs an excellent salesman at the helm again.
Agree Cook is out of his league. However, my fear is that the board will see the stock is still higher after Jobs passed and give him some slack. They might argue the stock price was over inflated in 2012 so the blame for the fall isn't all his fault. That would be a mistake. He has made some huge blunders deserving of being fired in my opinion. Unfortunately we are in the quiet period so he can't respond to this tailspin until the conference call next week.