Cult of Mac has taken a look at the three years since Tim Cook began his job as Apple's CEO, and rates him a "solid B."
Cook might be neither as charismatic or volatile as Steve Jobs was, but he's made some interesting moves and statements
. One factor (an area in which Cult of Mac gives Cook an A) is employee happiness, something for which Jobs was not always known: Cook’s highest “grade” on this hypothetical report card may come from Apple employees. Though the lanky 53-year-old is reportedly short on small talk, his people skills have earned him a 93 percent approval rating from a sampling of almost 2,000 people who work at Apple on website Glass Door, where anonymous employees can rate their satisfaction with the overall work environment as well as give thumbs up or down for the CEO.