Shares of Apple slipped below $600 on Wednesday, on the first trading day following a major executive shakeup. Apple made the surprising management announcement late Monday, revealing that two top executives had been pushed out the door. Scott Forstall, the man responsible for the iOS software running iPhones and iPads, was one of the late Steve Jobs' top lieutenants, but his sharp elbows and recent mis-steps including Apple's heavily criticized Maps, alienated others at Apple. The less surprising exit: Embattled retail chief John Browett is leaving after just nine months of the job.
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