Apple's new-look board of directors is holding its first meeting today, and is tipped to be making a decision on the choice of chief executive. One source said a CEO could be named by the end of the day, US time, although Apple refused to confirm this. Bill Campbell, head of Intuit and a new Apple board member, confirmed a meeting was being held but would not reveal the agenda.
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