In November, Little, Brown will publish the exclusive biography of Steve Jobs, written by highly-respected author Walter Isaacson, which will provide an extraordinary insight into the professional and personal life of one of the defining figures of our age.
As has been reported widely in the news, Steve Jobs has just announced his resignation as CEO of Apple, stating he could no longer meet his chief executive duties and obligations.
Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography will include the story of Jobs' resignation from his point of view, as Walter Isaacson has confirmed he is still conducting interviews to update the book.
The story has made front page news around the world, and lead to a host of tributes to someone regularly described as the greatest innovator of his generation. Long-standing Apple aficionado Stephen Fry gave this reaction on hearing the news, saying 'I don't think there is a human being on the planet who has been as influential over the last thirty years in the way our culture has developed.'
You can hear his full thoughts here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/14664694
Veteran Wall Street Journal reporter Walt Mossberg said:
"Most people are lucky if they can change the world in one important way, but Jobs, in multiple stages of his business career, changed global technology, media and lifestyles in multiple ways on multiple occasions."
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