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Apple is set to report quarterly earnings after the close of trading Tuesday, and many analysts expect the technology giant to report another blowout Christmas quarter. Wall Street’s focus will also be on any guidance Apple gives on CEO Jobs’ health.

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Jobs has been Apple's public face and pitchman, making gadgets such as the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad household names. Jobs pulled Apple back from the brink of financial disaster after returning to the company in 1997 following a 12-year hiatus. He has become the heart of Apple, such that investors send shares tum bling on every bit of news or rumor of his ailing health. But Jobs is not the only executive pivotal to Apple's successes.

Cook has run Apple twice before: first for two months in 2004 while Jobs battled pancreatic cancer, and once again for five-and-a-half months in 2009 while Jobs received a liver transplant.