Steve Jobs is Financial Times Person of the Year
The Financial Times has named Steve Jobs its Person of the Year for 2010. The magazine says that Jobs has had the most remarkable comeback in business history.
Citing the success of the iPad and Jobs's own evolution from tech whiz to a man ousted from his own company and then back again, Fortune says Jobs is at his peak now, especially as his Microsoft counterpart, Bill Gates, has moved out of the tech spotlight.
The article also coyly points out that "When Steven Paul Jobs first hit the headlines, he was younger even than [Time's 2010 pick for Person of the Year] Mark Zuckerberg is now."
You can read the article at Financial Times (free registration is required), or check out Fortune Tech for a nice excerpt.
| December 23, 2010; 3:39 PM ET
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