Bruised Apple

Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs is taking another medical leave of absence.

Jobs sent an email to employees Monday morning saying that while he remains CEO and will be involved in major decisions, Tim Cook will take over day-to-day operations.

This isn’t a new position for Cook. He ran the company for two months in 2004 while Jobs recovered from surgery for pancreatic cancer.

Cook also took over in 2009 when Jobs took a six-month medical leave of absence.

Jobs ended his email saying he loves Apple and hopes to be back as soon as possible.