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Apple posts photo from 'celebration' of Jobs' life

updated 07:00 pm EDT, Wed October 19, 2011

CEO Tim Cook addresses colleagues on campus

Apple has posted a photograph from today's remembrance of the company's co-founder, Steve Jobs, showing CEO Tim Cook addressing a large assembly of Apple employees at the company's main Cupertino campus. The title of the photograph refers to the gathering as a "celebration of Steve Jobs' life" and features large banners of the iconic chairman and former CEO of the company at various stages of his career.

Cook also took time out at the beginning of yesterday's conference call with analysts to pay homage to the man he always referred to as his "boss," saying "the world has lost a visionary, a genius, and an amazing human being. His spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple." He also expressed his appreciation of the over one million e-mails of condolence from Apple customers, colleagues and friends that the company has received, some of which are now on view on Apple's web page.





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  1. makemineamac

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +20

    So nice

    Great for the employees they did something as special as this. Great company he founded there.

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