Or what you did know... whichever one it is, this article from fortune and CNN tells a great history background and some really interesting facts about how Stevie runs his company. I had a lot of fun reading this and would like to see what some of you have to say about it. http://money.cnn.com/2008/03/02/news/companies/elkind_jobs.fortune/index.htm?postversion=2008030419 Some things I found most interesting: -Taken straight out of the article, "Jobs' personal abuses are also legend: He parks his Mercedes in handicapped spaces, periodically reduces subordinates to tears, and fires employees in angry tantrums. Yet many of his top deputies at Apple have worked with him for years, and even some of those who have departed say that although it's often brutal and Jobs hogs the credit, they've never done better work." -Jobs was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was thinking about not having surgery. -Jobs is a "mean boss", inside that welcoming and happy-looking smile is a stern CEO for whom failure is not an option. This man fires people left and right, yells at them, and yet some who have been fired say that he still is a great guy who knows how to run a company. -"The degree to which people in Silicon Valley are afraid of Jobs is unbelievable. He made people feel terrible; he made people cry. But he was almost always right, and even when he was wrong, it was so creative it was still amazing."