Financial Times Person of the Year: Steve Jobs

Thursday Dec 23rd 2010 by Staff

The paper says the Apple CEO has orchestrated "the most remarkable comeback in modern business history."

Financial Times: The Financial Times has named Apple CEO Steve Jobs its Person of the year for orchestrating "the most remarkable comeback in modern business history." In addition to recovering from an illness which necessitated a liver transplant, Jobs also brought his company back from "washed out" status to become one of the powerhouses of the tech industry.

“Steve’s the last of the great builders,” says Roger McNamee, a Silicon Valley financier. “What makes him different is that he’s creating jobs and economic activity out of thin air while just about every other CEO in America is working out ways to cut costs and lay people off.”

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