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Executives feared that shareholders would pull their stock if word got out that their CEO was ill.But in the end, Jobs' confidentiality took precedence over shareholder disclosure.The company will provide all details regarding their actions to the SEC."I apologize to Apple's shareholders and employees for these problems, which happened on my watch.

(Oct.) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Augusta Metro Spirit, 08/13/08 “The most beautiful incarnation of identity theft to date…A hilarious joyride through the headaches and hassles of the super-rich…Lyons has elevated parody to an unforeseen source of humor and joy, and in so doing, he offers a fascinating critique on modern society…Provides all the entertainment a reader could ask for…The perfect hilarity to open the fall season.” New York Times Book Review, 9/14/08 “[A] funny novel.” Blogcritics.org, 11/13/08 “A really funny and interesting book…written in a very satirical manner…The life of [Steve] Jobs, his family and friends is so surreal, so larger then life you can’t help but be amused and interested…A thoroughly enjoyable book and a definite page turner…I highly recommend this novel to anyone with not only an interest in Steve Jobs and the Apple culture, but also anyone who enjoys interesting characters and an entertaining story.” SRQ, 1/09 “It will make you laugh…[Lyons] has made it his business to nail the Apple guru’s every character tic…[An] imaginative novel.”Mac Life, June 2010 “Wildly outrageous and highly entertaining.”I bought this book after reading the author's Fake Steve blog on a bus in London one night.Management continues to believe, and the audit committee agrees, that Apple will likely need to restate its historical financial statements to record non-cash charges for compensation expense relating to past stock option grants.The company and its independent auditors are reviewing recent accounting guidance published by the SEC, and have not yet determined the amount of such charges, the resulting tax and accounting impact, or which periods may require restatement.Early in 2009, reports circulated about Jobs' weight loss, some predicting his health issues had returned, which included a liver transplant.

Jobs responded to these concerns by stating he was dealing with a hormone imbalance.Apple's quarterly reports improved significantly in 2007: Stocks were worth 9.99 a share—a record-breaking number at that time — and the company boasted a staggering

Jobs responded to these concerns by stating he was dealing with a hormone imbalance.Apple's quarterly reports improved significantly in 2007: Stocks were worth $199.99 a share—a record-breaking number at that time — and the company boasted a staggering $1.58 billion profit, an $18 billion surplus in the bank and zero debt.In 2008, Apple became the second-biggest music retailer in America — second only to Walmart, fueled by i Tunes and i Pod sales. 1 on In 2003, Jobs discovered that he had a neuroendocrine tumor, a rare but operable form of pancreatic cancer.Tech industry watchers who know (or know of) the players will get a kick out of seeing them skewered, but readers who aren't already tuned in to the Silicon Valley technocracy may not quite get it.Fake Steve doesn't really evolve as a character, but as a grotesque caricature, he's fun to watch.Blissfully unaware of the legal firestorm raging around him, a mathlexic Fake Steve goes about his daily business, balancing meditation with the firing of employees while the Apple board of directors scrambles to avoid prison time and find a scapegoat.

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Jobs responded to these concerns by stating he was dealing with a hormone imbalance.

Apple's quarterly reports improved significantly in 2007: Stocks were worth $199.99 a share—a record-breaking number at that time — and the company boasted a staggering $1.58 billion profit, an $18 billion surplus in the bank and zero debt.

In 2008, Apple became the second-biggest music retailer in America — second only to Walmart, fueled by i Tunes and i Pod sales. 1 on In 2003, Jobs discovered that he had a neuroendocrine tumor, a rare but operable form of pancreatic cancer.

Tech industry watchers who know (or know of) the players will get a kick out of seeing them skewered, but readers who aren't already tuned in to the Silicon Valley technocracy may not quite get it.

Fake Steve doesn't really evolve as a character, but as a grotesque caricature, he's fun to watch.

Blissfully unaware of the legal firestorm raging around him, a mathlexic Fake Steve goes about his daily business, balancing meditation with the firing of employees while the Apple board of directors scrambles to avoid prison time and find a scapegoat.

.58 billion profit, an billion surplus in the bank and zero debt.In 2008, Apple became the second-biggest music retailer in America — second only to Walmart, fueled by i Tunes and i Pod sales. 1 on In 2003, Jobs discovered that he had a neuroendocrine tumor, a rare but operable form of pancreatic cancer.Tech industry watchers who know (or know of) the players will get a kick out of seeing them skewered, but readers who aren't already tuned in to the Silicon Valley technocracy may not quite get it.Fake Steve doesn't really evolve as a character, but as a grotesque caricature, he's fun to watch.Blissfully unaware of the legal firestorm raging around him, a mathlexic Fake Steve goes about his daily business, balancing meditation with the firing of employees while the Apple board of directors scrambles to avoid prison time and find a scapegoat.