Steve Jobs FBI

February 10, 2012 by staff 

Steve Jobs FBI, A secret FBI file on Steve Jobs is revealing new details about the late Apple co-founder and chief executive officer.

From the file, it seems Jobs spent some time working for the government, reportedly on satellite and software-related programs. In fact, in 1988, Jobs held a “Top Secret” clearance. He lost that clearance

in 1990. It’s not known if Jobs was aware of his FBI file, but he was interviewed during the background check and cooperated.

The FBI file also includes what his friends and co-workers actually thought of him — and some of it is not nice.

The FBI file, released under the Freedom of Information Act, gives us new insights into Jobs’ personality. His colleagues respected his genius, but many found him to be stubborn and demanding.

One worker at Apple Computer called Jobs, “A deceptive individual who is not completely forthright and honest.” Another colleague defended Jobs saying he was a man of “…high moral character and integrity.”

But, multiple friends and associates warned he could be abrasive and had a “tendency to distort reality in order to achieve his goals.”

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