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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jan Dawson
Apple Inc. said Tuesday that C Spire Wireless, the country's eighth-largest phone company, will start selling the iPhone 4S in a few weeks.
Apple shareholders on Thursday appeared to be getting over the sudden resignation of Steve Jobs.
"These fears appear relatively unfounded at least in the short-term," Dawson said.
The company is in capable hands with Cook, Dawson said, but he acknowledged that he doesn't have the charisma and vision of Jobs, which could hamper the company in years to come.