Jobs memorial builds at Apple headquarters Video
Jobs memorial builds at Apple headquarters Video Transcript
-I just wanted to come by and pay my respect. I greatly admire the innovation, the independent thinking, and the ability to really make colossal impact in all society. -I was so sad, so I though I would come here today. -Hi. -Shocked, I was hoping that he could go on live it longer, then a little tears and I'm just really glad that you're able to be here so close to where he worked. Surprised as it was as soon as it was.
Employees gather inside Apple's Cupertino headquarters to celebrate the life and legacy of late co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs who passed away earlier this month.
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