Apple CEO Steve Jobs made Time magazine’s
Time 100 list, which it bills as “the 100 most influential people in the world today.” Jobs was included in the “Builders and Titans” category, alongside business leaders like Rubert Murdoch, Warren Buffett, Carly Fiorina and others.
The feature, available by subscription and
mirrored on CNN, recounts’ Job history as founder of Apple Computer Inc. and NeXT and his acquisition of Pixar Animation Studios. “Apple’s market share has not improved significantly in recent years, as more than 90 percent of the world’s desktop computers now run Windows-based PCs,” said the article. “But under Jobs, the company has returned to profitability and reclaimed its legacy of innovation.”