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Steve Jobs: pics that are not very promising

by Nicole
February 22, 2011 at 5:28 am

Steve Jobs is one of those American superstars that doesn’t usually make the headlines in tabloids. But since announcing his leave in mid-January, paparazzi and scoop hunters are constantly following him.

Radar Online published a video made up of images, taken in a parking lot in front of what looks like a restaurant or cafe. The camera is installed out of sight, probably inside a vehicle. The door of the hotel opens. In comes a young blonde woman with long hair – it is his wife, Lauren, and she takes the wheel – and a man in jeans, sneakers and black vest that turns out to be Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO.

According to the website, these images were taken on February 8 in the morning, the day when Steve Jobs was reportedly seen at the Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto, California. It shows an extremely thin man, almost staggering, who seems to be focusing on walking, on the few meters separating the restaurant door from the car.

For the first time, the question of succession to Steve Jobs will be on the agenda of the meeting of shareholders to be held Wednesday evening. Shareholders want more transparency regarding the organization of the estate of the one who has been running the company since his return, 14 years ago.

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