“Becoming Steve Jobs, a new biography about the late Apple CEO, sheds new light on his conversations with peers, colleagues and friends during the last weeks and days before he died,” Ben Rooney reports for CNN Money.
“The book, in stores Tuesday, is based on in-depth interviews by authors Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli with leaders in the technology and entertainment business and Apple executives who worked closely with Jobs,” Rooney reports. “Jobs passed away a few months after he resigned from Apple in August 2011. He was 56.”
Rooney reports, “John Lasseter, who was chief creative officer at Pixar, the digital animation company that Jobs founded, recalls visiting Jobs for the last time. ‘We talked all about Pixar… And then I kinda looked at him and he said, ‘Yeah I need to get a nap now.’ I got up to go, and then I stopped, and I looked at him and came back. I gave him a big hug, and a kiss, and I said, ‘Thank you. Thank you for everything you’ve done for me.””
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