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Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a Syrian American inventor and entrepreneur. 

He was born on February 24, 1955, in San Francisco, California and famously co-founded Apple Computers, Inc. alongside Steve Wozniak. There, he helped pioneer technology like the iMac, iPhone and iPad. Additionally, Steve served as the chairman of Pixar Animation, and he was an executive producer on the critically and commercially successful movie, Toy Story.

Before his rise to fame, Steve studied at Reed College. 

Throughout his career, Steve received numerous accolades, including the National Medal of Technology — presented to him by President Ronald Reagan — the Jefferson Award for Public Service, an induction into the California Hall of Fame, and five entries in Time’s list of 100 most influential people in the world.





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