Saturday, December 25, 2010

Steve Jobs named "Person of the Year" by The Financial Times

After Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, its now the turn of the ever-admired market revolutionary who has always been admired by the mass- Be it the iMac, iPhone or any piece of gadgetous beauty, the person has always been looked-up for his charisma and perseverance. The person founded companies like NeXT, Apple, Inc. and Pixar Studios in the worst periods of his life. If you're dumb enough to misidentify the person yet, lemme tell you that the person is Steve Jobs- CEO, Apple, Inc. =)

It's been around a week when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was declared The Person of the Year by the Time Magazine. Very well, but think again Time because FT has a very conflicting response to your announcement and the claim is equally strong.

Steve Jobs founded Apple, Inc. along with Steve Wozinak and Ronald Wayne, and is serving it till date as the CEO after having been kicked out of his own company by the then appointed CEO John Sculley. Well, hard times apart, Steve Jobs has been declared to be the Person of The Year 2010 by FT for his outstanding successes with the launch of the iPad and iPhone 4, and Apple, Inc. announcing successive record quarters under his supervision in the yet emerging US fiscal market.

Whom do you stick with- FT or Time; Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. Let us know through your comments. Till then, Merry Christmas! =)

[Source: Mashable]

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