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Steven Paul Jobs Работа выполнена ученицей 11 «Б» класса Выпуск 2012г. Новосёловой Еленой
Facts of Life Date of the life-February 24, October 5, 2011 He was a co-founder, chairman and CEO of the corporation Apple. Also served as CEO of Pixar Animation Studios, a member of the board of directors of Disney. In 1995, the animated "Toy Story" was listed as executive producer.
In 1985, Jobs was fired from Apple and founded NeXT - the company develops computer platform for universities and businesses. In 1996, Apple bought NeXT, and Jobs returned to the company, which soosnoval, and remained its CEO from 1997 to 2011.
The database of the Bureau for registration of patents and trademarks the U.S., Steve Jobs appears in the list of authors of more than 300 patents (including both principal author)
Steve Jobs has died at age 56 after a long battle with cancer. Upon learning of the death of Steve Jobs, the crowd of Americans came to Apple stores in New York, Los Angeles and other cities. People brought flowers, lit candles, left cards of condolence. U.S. President Barack Obama expressed his condolences and called Jobs embodied the spirit of American ingenuity.
Awards Jobs was awarded the National Medal of Technology in the United States President Ronald Reagan in 1984 with Steve Wozniak Jefferson Award for public service in the category of "Best Public Service faces 35 years old or younger"
In August 2009, Jobs was chosen as the most respected businessman among adolescents in the survey Junior Achievement. November 5, 2009 Fortune magazine named Steve Jobs CEO of the decade. In November 2009, Jobs took the place of number 57 in the list of most influential people in the world in Forbes. In December 2010 the Financial Times named Steve Jobs Person of the Year