Death of Steve Jobs

Apple Inc.'s charismatic co-founder died Oct. 5 after struggling with illness for nearly a decade, including pancreatic cancer. He was eulogized as one of the greatest corporate executives in American history, reshaping Apple into a technology titan with a string of devices, including the iPod, iPhone and iPad, that revolutionized the way people interact with technology. In his familiar ensemble of blue jeans and black mock turtleneck, Jobs, 56, was not your typical CEO.<br>
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In this photo, a memorial to Steve Jobs is pictured outside the Michigan Avenue Apple Store in Chicago, Oct. 6, 2011.
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Apple Inc.'s charismatic co-founder died Oct. 5 after struggling with illness for nearly a decade, including pancreatic cancer. He was eulogized as one of the greatest corporate executives in American history, reshaping Apple into a technology titan with a string of devices, including the iPod, iPhone and iPad, that revolutionized the way people interact with technology. In his familiar ensemble of blue jeans and black mock turtleneck, Jobs, 56, was not your typical CEO.

In this photo, a memorial to Steve Jobs is pictured outside the Michigan Avenue Apple Store in Chicago, Oct. 6, 2011.

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