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When Steve Met Bill: 'It was a kind of weird seduction visit' - Fortune Tech

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were the ultimate frenemies. Read about the roots of their relationship in this exclusive excerpt from Walter Isaacson’s new book, Steve Jobs, which hits bookstores today. 1985: The young and the
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    Steve Jobs Biography - Interesting Read about an Interesting Guy.

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