When Steve Jobs stepped down as CEO of Apple, Inc. in August, speculation started right away that his replacement won’t be able to maintain the company’s success. Our workplace expert, Brandon Smith, said that is usually true when an iconic leader departs, and it’s a pattern that holds in giant, international corporations and family-owned businesses.
The President Pro Temp of the Georgia Senate says, he'd like to start up pilot programs to see if books in Georgia middle schools could be replaced with iPads. Tommie Williams says, Georgia wouldn't be the first state to try going bookless. Texas and Virginia schools are trying iPads -- as is one private school in Savannah.