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2000 Jobs returns as CEO

After being ousted from Apple in 1985, Steve Jobs spent 11 long years away, founding computer firm NeXT and securing early funding for Pixar. By 1996, however, Apple was ondropping non-core projects such as CyberDog, OpenDoc, and Newton.

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