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Steve Jobs (Free-Pr-Online.com) recovering from a serious illness took some time to participate in a technology Summit with President Obama.
Although Apple’s charismatic Chief Steve Jobs is on sick leave for an indefinite period of time, says he wants to meet with US President Barack Obama.
Together with a number of other technology-top-level management people. He met with the President in Northern California on Thursday.
Steve Jobs is the essential hub at Apple, what he has done to the world’s largest technology company with innovations like the iPhone and iPad is nothing short of brilliant.
President Obama would like to encourage much more of this kind of thing, and that is why he called for a meeting with all the top technology companies directors for talks.
Yesterday discussion was among other things, on how high-tech industry can increase its investment, and thus help with dragging the United States out of the economic slump, the country has been in since the financial crisis.
Tech-VIP’s at the table
It is difficult to see who is missing at the meeting, when Steve Jobs could sit down at the table with, among others. Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, Google Chief Eric Schmidt, Oracle’s Larry Ellison, Carol Bartz from Yahoo, John Chambers from Chisco and Dick Costole from Twitter.
Steve Jobs was not photographed together with the other Sillicon Valley-top people, but the White House confirms, that he was among the President’s guests.
Steve Jobs actions will be followed closely by media and analysts, since he last month reported that he was going on sick leave. Steve Jobs has despite life-threatening disease characterised Apple to an unprecedented degree. 55-year-old Jobs in 2004 was treated for a potential life-threatening cancer of the pancreas, and in 2009 he went through a liver transplant.
Steve Jobs did not want to give details about the reason for the new sick leave, but it is probably the nature of the disease, which has broken out again.