Steve Jobs’ FBI File Released

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs appears at Apple's special media event to introduce the second generation iPad at Moscone Center in San Francisco on March 2, 2011 in California.  Apple chief executive Jobs emerged from medical leave to unveil a new version of the iPad designed to tighten the company's grip on the booming tablet computer market.  The iPad 2 is thinner and lighter than the original version released last year and features cameras for photography, movie-making or video chat. AFP PHOTO / Kimihiro Hoshino (Photo credit should read KIMIHIRO HOSHINO/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Well, this doesn’t read quite like Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography. On Thursday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released Jobs’s file, a 191-page document with details on the Apple innovator from a 1991 investigation of him when he was considered for an appointment to President George Bush's Export Council. Jobs is characterized by those who were interviewed by the FBI as someone who “will twist the truth,” is “a deceptive individual,” and only has integrity “if he gets his way.” “His moral character is questionable,” one source told the FBI, while “several individuals commented concerning past drug use.” The file also contains information about Jobs after a bomb threat was made against him in 1985.

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