Apple Event 10/4 Tim Cook iPhonesAt Goldman Sachs’ investor conference on Tuesday, Apple (s AAPL) CEO Tim Cook gave some rare color on how he views not only his own job as Steve Jobs’ successor but also his views on the company’s $98 billion cash pile. While he did not make investors’ day by announcing a dividend, he did offer them more insight on his priorities and style of leadership. In short, he is not planning on changing the company, but he also doesn’t plan on looking backward.

Cook did talk at great length about his view of the potential growth opportunities for the iPhone, iPad and Mac. But just as important for investors who want a clue as to where the company is going in Steve Jobs’ absence, Cook also opened up a bit on how he plans to make his own mark on Apple. He is very obviously not Steve Jobs

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