Steve Jobs: Unknown Details Revealed in Book

Walter Isaacson reveals how Apple's founder treated co-workers, presidents.
1:56 | 10/24/11

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-- -- Steve Jobs and new video overnight from his memorial celebration at apple headquarters -- songs from Norah Jones and Coldplay. And speeches from apple colleagues like former vice president Al Gore. This release on the apple web site comes along with the release of the new biography jobs from bestselling author Walter Isaacson. The first live interview with -- Isaacson in just a minute. The first or just a few of the revelations from this biography of -- world changing businessman. In over forty interviews with a claim journalist Walter Isaacson Steve Jobs offered a rare glimpse into the genius that touched so many of us. Today apple is going to reinvent the -- But also a window into jobs is personal turmoil. -- -- regretted ignoring doctors' advice to have surgery when his cancer was detected I really didn't want them to open up my body. So I tried to see if a few other things would work He told Isaacson. He held off on surgery for months relying on alternative treatments including some He found on the Internet. -- -- day. For the first time ever. I'd like to let Macintosh speaks for itself. In his book Isaacson describes a temperamental and exacting boss who had no problem giving blunt advice even the president's. Warning President Obama whom He supported. He's quote headed for a one term presidency. Because his administration is in business friendly. Jobs who was adopted also revealed He unknowingly met his biological father the owner of a local restaurant. But told his sister He had no interest in a relationship I learned a little bit about him and I didn't like what I learned job said. -- -- -- not -- that we ever met and not tell him anything about me quite a difference from his relationship with his own son -- which He cherished. In one email to Isaacson in the midst of his battle with cancer jobs wrote. Today is one of my happy -- days -- is graduating from high school right now and against all odds I am here.

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