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Daniel Glez. 20 m Steve Jobs is a great leader for some and one cretin for others. Her figure has generated many rumors and weird stories. Steve Jobs leaves his post at the head of Apple. Nobody can deny that, with the passage of the years, the figure of Steve Jobs has managed to rival the legendary silhouette of Apple bite as Apple icon. Jobs has been for years the visible face of the company, its spiritual guide, his face media.

His hand, magic in the field of new technologies, has multiple electronic toys become overwhelming successes of sales, in turning points within business such as music distribution, mobile or portable multimedia devices. Its influence in the technology industry and its importance to Apple have reached such an extent that, with each new rumor about the health of Jobs, the actions of the company descended outrageously. With his retirement as CEO, he has again repeated this circumstance. In the first hours after the announcement of the resignation of Jobs, Apple shares fell more than 5% in trading, after Wall Street closed. As any character who acquires media popularity, Jobs has nearly as many detractors as fanatical followers. Some say he is a genius, others say he is a tyrant, a great leader, a person with whom it is impossible to work, an ill-mannered, a visionary anecdotes that revolve around his figure are countless.

Some are mere rumours, other, urban legends, and some truths more contrasted. Spiritual journey to the India in the 1970s, Steve Jobs lived an era in which became deeply interested in philosophy and the counterculture. It is said that, tempted by drugs, he consumed LSD to attain enlightenment. With the intention of undertaking a journey of spiritual retreat to the India, Jobs sought work in California. You found it in the game company Atari, where gathered enough money for your trip.