Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Authors: Walter Isaacson,

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The founder of one of the most revolutionary companies in the world, the maker of a device that changed the direction of the future — Steve Jobs — is a man who is known for his determination and also his demons. Walter Isaacson unveils the story of Jobs, through honest interviews with him, his family, friends and enemies. Disover the man who made your Iphone.

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