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Laurene Powell Jobs is pushing back against a new book by her stepdaughter that makes Steve Jobs look awful
The memoir paints a seriously ugly picture of the legendary Apple cofounder.
The memoir by Steve Jobs’ daughter makes clear he was a truly rotten person whose bad behavior was repeatedly enabled by those around him
The details in the new memoir by Lisa Brennan-Jobs, the daughter of Apple founder Steve Jobs, makes it clear that he was more than just someone who could act cruelly. He was a cruel person.
Lisa Brennan-Jobs said she would give her father’s billions to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation if she could
Lisa Brennan-Jobs' upcoming memoir, "Small Fry," describes her relationship with her father, Apple founder Steve Jobs. Brennan-Jobs received an inheritance after her father's death, but his $20 billion fortune is controlled by Laurene Powell Jobs.
Steve Jobs’ wife told his daughter ‘we’re just cold people’ when she asked them to say good night to her
It's well known that Lisa Brennan-Jobs didn't have a great relationship with her famous father, Apple founder Steve Jobs. But it turns out she also didn't get along very well with her stepmother, Laurene Powell Jobs.
Laurene Powell Jobs just bought a stunning $16.5 million dollar San Francisco home with some of the best views of the city
Powell Jobs, who was married to the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, purchased the four-story home this week in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood. The house boasts six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms and sweeping panoramic views of the sprawling city.
The life and career of Steve Jobs’ wife Laurene Powell Jobs, who has become a powerful investor with a net worth of $20.7 billion
Steve Jobs' wife Laurene Powell Jobs has invested in a wide range of philanthropic enterprises and businesses.
Steve Jobs' widow is set to be a part-owner of Washington DC's NBA and NHL teams
Laurene Powell Jobs has invested $100 million to help the nation's most innovative high schools give kids a better future.
Steve Jobs sold most of his Apple stock when he was ousted from the company in 1985 — today it would be worth $66 billion
The young computer company took outside investments to get off the ground, so by the time it went public in 1980, Jobs owned about 11% of Apple.