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Friday, 10 February 2012

Steve Jobs FBI file

Christian Science Monitor
Steve Jobs' FBI file shows a man motivated by power and the desire to achieve great things. The Steve Jobs FBI file also produced surprising details that humanize a great visionary. By Peter Grier, Staff writer / February 10, 2012 Then acting chief ...

Washington Post
9 (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Bureau of Investigation released a decades-old file it kept on Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs that noted his past drug use and cites interviews with people who say he had a penchant to "distort reality.

Washington Post (blog)
By Sarah Halzack Few would dispute Steve Jobs's creative genius. But for all his success as a business leader and innovator, files newly released by the FBI show that some close confidants and associates did not have an especially favorable opinion of ...

Late Apple co-founder and CEO at one point held a Top Secret government clearance, was targeted for extortion in 1980s. Bob Orr reports then Charlie Rose speaks with the author of "Inside Apple," Adam Lashinsky. February 5, 1897 was the day the Indiana ...

Steve Jobs denigrated in secret FBI report

The Province
Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, was an abrasive, ruthless character who took drugs and abandoned his first family, according to a secret FBI file on him. The 191-page dossier was drawn up in 1991, when Jobs was being considered for a "sensitive" ...

FBI file: Steve Jobs was considered for US post

Review seeker (press release)
FBI file on Steve Jobs turned up some unfavorable personal comments about Apple founder By The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) ' FBI background interviews of some people who knew Apple founder Steve Jobs reveal a man so driven by power that he ...

Dropping the Dime on JCPenney -
But this Steve Jobs disciple may have inherited his mentor's willingness to bend the truth, writes senior editor Igor Greenwald.

Read Steve Jobs' FBI File: Drugs, Presidential Appointment, Personal Failings ...

The Phoenix (blog)
The FOIA-filing journalists' best friend that brought you, among other docs, the FBI's file on Ol Dirty Bastard, has now made public the late STEVE JOBS's FBI file, which reveals that Jobs was considered for a presidential appoinment in the Bush White ...

Tribler file-sharing software cannot be shut down, says developer

Herald Sun
Tribler is based on peer-to-peer communication It will still work if all the torrent sites and trackers are gone FBI releases file on Apple boss Steve Jobs RESEARCHERS have created invincible file-sharing software they say cannot be shut down by ...

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