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  1. Tim Cook Named FT’s Person of the Year

    The student has become the master. After Steve Jobs’ untimely death, Tim Cook took the reins at Apple and slayed the naysayers by maintaining — maybe exceeding — his mentor’s stunning success. He also carved out his own identity — for one thing, becoming the Fortune 500’s first openly gay CEO — while unveiling a storm of enticing products, including iPhone 6, Apple Pay and Apple Watch, and elevating the tech giant to an unprecedented market cap of $700 billion. Somewhere, Steve is smirking.

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