The founder of Apple Inc. and CEO of the decade Steve Jobs has tragically died today as he lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. Jobs was an imaginative genius and innovative business icon, and his death is certainly heartbreaking and unfortunate news. Rather than dwell on the negative the best thing to do is honor the legacy of arguably the greatest and most influential Inventor Rational of all time. Indeed Steve Jobs is the quintessential Inventor, with his name on over 230 patents. Most notably the ipod (304 million sold as of 2011) iphone (100 million sold as of March 2011) and ipad (15 million sold as of march 2011) Jobs inventions have undoubtedly changed the world. Jobs is largely known as the heart and soul of a company that was briefly the most valuable in America. Steve’s visionary leadership and innovative genius have revolutionized the way we think about technology, and the world will certainly not be the same without him. Visionary, rebel, and icon, Steve Jobs is the American Dream at its greatest and will be sorely missed.
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