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Wednesday, October 05, 2011

In his private life, he refused to acknowledge paternity or pay child support for his first daughter for years. He threatened sue teenagers who published Apple gossip on their Web sites. He refused to put license plates on his Mercedes-Benz and parked in handicapped parking spots at the company until the public ridicule became too great.
Decades later, he attempted to stop the publication of two unauthorized biographies; he persuaded Vanity Fair to cancel the serialization of one, and after the publisher of the second book refused to stop publication, Mr. Jobs yanked all that publisher's books from Appleā€™s retail stores.



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