Apple CEO Tim Cook, the subject of a lengthy New York Times report about the tech giant’s workplace culture, has been fired by his company, according to multiple sources.
The Times report has not been independently verified.
Apple declined to comment to CNNMoney, citing a company policy that does not comment on personnel matters.
Cook’s departure comes a day after he said Apple was not the company’s first priority for a full-time CEO since 2010.
Cook is the first CEO to leave the company since Steve Jobs.
His replacement, Tim Cook Jr., is a longtime executive at the company.
In an interview with Bloomberg on Friday, Cook said he’s looking forward to stepping in to take over the reins, according the report.
He’s expected to be the company president, but the new CEO is expected to have a more executive role.
Cook also said he wants to work more closely with other top executives to help make the company a better place for Apple employees.
“That’s what I’ve been focused on since 2010,” he said.