Originally posted by FMF
Could you summarize whatever is at the link?
The right to privacy of a CEO about medical conditions should be outweighed by the need for disclosure ... when there is a life-threatening illness; when there is a substantial leave of absence that raises questions about current and future ability to lead the company; or when an illness impairs a CEO's ability to do his or her job ... It seems clear that one these conditions applies here.
It is pretty much a non-story unless you are an Apple stockholder.