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Steve Jobs

An American inventor and businessman. In 1976, he co-founded Apple, which was one of the first companies to market the personal computer successfully. In the 1980s, he also founded NeXT, whose products facilitated business communication between computers. He became CEO of Apple again in 1997. Jobs lived from 1955 to 2011.
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reporting directly to [Chief Executive Officer and Director] Steven Jobs," or so he says.
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