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Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs takes a leave of absence

[2019-01-14 13:00:52]

January 14, 2009: Steve Jobs’ cancer worsens to the point that he takes a medical leave from Apple. Despite his illness, the CEO remains reluctant to take the time off. When he does, he keeps quiet about the severity of his illness. He calls “the curiosity over my personal health” a distraction caused by prying ...

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