11 thoughts on “Occupy Wall Street, Steve Jobs dies, and the media

  1. Apple co-founder dies from cancer

    UNITED STATES: Apple boss and co-founder Steven Jobs died of pancreatic cancer on Wednesday.

    Mr Jobs set up the computer firm with a school friend in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976.

    He was forced out of the company a decade later but returned in 1997.

    By 2011 Apple had become the second-largest company of any kind in the United States with a market value of $351 billion (£229bn).

    Forbes estimated Mr Jobs’s net wealth at $8.3bn (£5.4bn) in 2010.



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