1. Were the shareholders of Apple entitled to receive information about the health of Jobs? What about the general public? Of what value is such information? How might the company benefit from the disclosure of such information and how might it suffer? How might the shareholders benefit and how might they suffer?
2. From a corporate governance perspective, what issues are important in determining whether there should be disclosure of the health problems of a CEO? Is it an ethical matter?
3. Should information about the health of other senior managers be disclosed such as the five most highly compensated senior managers or the vice chair of the board of directors? Should other information be disclosed about the CEO of a public company such as being involved in a contentious divorce that distracts from day-to-day management of the company?

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