As I wrote earlier this week, Is NYT's David Carr Right? Has Business Media Changed Forever?, business media probably has been changed forever, due to the advertising decline and the impact of the Internet.
But in his column, "Business Is a Beat Deflated," David Carr said he thought we had reached the end of the period of CEOs-as-gods cover stories.
Well, someone forgot to send the memo to Fortune.
Fortune just crowned Steve Jobs: CEO of the Decade.
Do we really need to determine the CEO of the Decade?
Is most of this decade one that most CEOs -- whose tenure has gotten shorter and shorter -- would prefer to forget?
And, by the way, for the record, I pointed out that there was an exception to the no more CEOs-as-gods stories: "Steve Jobs, who still gets adulation."
That prediction proved correct far more quickly than I had expected.