A confidential report on the behavior of Apple boss Steve Jobs late leak. The report reveals that hostile behavior and provoke colleagues and business associates. As quoted from the MailOnline, some workers ventured to say to the United States Federal investigative agencies (FBI) that Apple was the leader often “distort the truth” and “interrupted the facts for his purpose,” the report wrote.
The report also reveals that in the past Jobs Used to smoked marijuana and lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). LSD is a hallucinogen that can provide a kind of panic and fear to the effect that consume them. File the report also comes with a private clinical life, the man hailed as a technological visionary best in his generation.
When the government of President Geoge HW Bush, the FBI began investigating Jobs and his colleagues in 1991. Jobs then served as CEO of Next Inc. and he became a strong candidate for Chairman of the Presidential Office, the U.S. Export Council. In an interview in 1991, a few days before her wedding, Jobs admitted that he had tried hashish (a type of marijuana) and LSD. Jobs himself revealed that LSD is one of the two or three important things ever done in the past.
Various interviews of friends and coworkers Jobs also revealed in the file. Although their names are kept confidential by the agency. The interviews revealed how Jobs could intimidating and coercing the will, according to what he wants. Another colleague also said that Jobs is not completely forthright and honest. He’s also not a person who can be invited to work together.
Report was completed in 1991, it focused more on the history of private life Jobs, Jobs reports about the first child of her boyfriend, Chris Ann Brennan. Brennan had to raise their daughter alone, because Jobs denied that he was the father of the child. Two of its main competitors is Steve Wozniak, one of the partners who founded Apple when Jobs left the company in 1987.
And Daniel Kottke, Apple employee to-12 who is a college friend of Jobs at Reed College. Wozniak started the company with Jobs, but Wozniak questioned the ethical and behavioral Jobs for his daughter. Jobs died in October, after a full year with pancreatic cancer. He was known to have a profound effect on the development of media, music and technology, the innovation-innovation like Apple, iPod and iPhone.