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U.S. BANKRU?TCY COURT
U.S. COAST GUARD
U.S. CONGRESS
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U.S. DISTRICT COURT (D.C.)
U.S. DISTRICT COURT (EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA)
U.S. INFORMATION AGENCY
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February 15, 1991
(Date)
FBI, LIAISON
FBI Investigations
Subject's Name JOBS, STEVEN PAUL
Date of Birth 02/24/55
SSN: 549-94-3295
Place of Birth San Francisco, CA
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Copy of Previous Report
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Remarks/Special Instructions:
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President's Export Council (Additional information to follow on items #12 and #17)
Standard Form 86
SEeRET
• 6ctober 1987
U.S. CJrfice of Personnel Management
FPM 736
·LauESTIONNAIRE FOR
"SENSITIVE POSITIONS
Form Approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206·0007
Expires: 8·31·90
NSN 7540·00-634-4036
60322 LPJPJJZZ ____________ _
ZIP Code
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ALL HrFOP11ATION CO!oJTAINED
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Sb UNITEDSTATES If you·are a UB. Citizen. bulwere not born in the U.S .. enter your mother's maiden name in the box Mother's Maiden Name
CmzEHSHIP
to the righi and provide information about one or more of the following proofs of citizenship.
Then go to Item Be:
Naturalization Certlflcate (Where were you natursllzed?),
Court City State Certificats Number Month/Day/Year lssued
Cltlzenship Certiflcate (Where was the certlflcate /ssued?)
State Department Form 24D-Report of Blrth Abroad of a Citizen. of the United States
Give the date the form
was prepared and give
an explanation ifneeded.
U.S. Passport
1
Month/Day!Year
1
Explanation
This may be either a current or previous U.S. passport.
Be ouAL ctTIZENsHIP
8d ALlEN • If you are an allen, provide the follow1n
Place Y ou Entered City
the United States: 1
86·108

Passport Number · Month/Day/Year lssued
1 1 1 1
Country
Country of Citizenship
1
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9 WHERE VOU HAVE LIVED
Vour Address. ln this column, give the information requested for
every place you have lived for the past 15 years. Begin with where
you live now and work backwards. For any address within the past
3 years th at consisted of "General Delivery", a Rural Route, or Star
Route, with no designated street address, don't give that as your
address; give where you actually lived and then provide in the
space available on page 6 general directions for locating it.
Country (if outside the United States)
Woods ide
Country (if outside the United States)
Los Gatos
Country (if outside the United States)
Los Altos
Country (if outside the United States)
Country (if outside the United States)
1 Q WHERE VOU WENT TO SCHOOL
Schools Vou Attended. ln this column, give the information
requested below for ali schools you have attended beyond junior
high school. Begin with the most recent school and work back-
wards. Use the following· codes to indicate the type of school you
attended:
1-High School 2-College/University 3-Vocationalffrade School
Name of School
Reed Coll ege
People Who 1Knew Vou. Use this column only for those resi-
dences you show on the left that you occupied during the last 3
years. Across from each such residence, give the name and
address of someone who knew you in thal neighborhood; prefer-
ably someone who stilllives the re.
Name
City
Name
Street Address (include apartmem number, if any)
Na me
Street Address (include apartment number, if any)
City
Na me
Street Address (include apartrmmt any)
City
Na me
Street Address (include apartment number, if any)
City
People Who Knew Vou. Use this column only for those schools
you show on the left that you attended in the last 3 years. Across
from each such school, give the name and address of someone
(such as an instructor or student) who knew you at the school.
Na me (instructor, sludent, etc.)
Degree/Diploma/Other (show eaCh Street Address (include apartment number, if any)
Stock Blvd.
Street Address
21370 Homestead
City
'èup€rti-no.
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degree and date received if Code 2.)
City
Name (instructor, student, etc.)
Street Address (include apartment number, if any)
City .
to the next page.
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and military. history. Begi[l with the present backwards 15 years. lnclude:
• o ali fuiHime work
• ali part-lime work
i!l o active military 0 ali periods of unemployment
• ali voluntary work e self-employment
- If you were in the military, list each duty station as a separate period of employment.
- If you worked under a contract with the Federal Government, name your employer, not the Government agency.
- If you were seH-employed or unemployed, name someone who can verity it.
- If you list an employer or actual place of employment at a location outside the U.S., show city and country in the space for city.
Use the following codes for each segment of your employment history:
1 -Active military duty 3- U.S.P.H.S. Commissioned Corps
2 - National Guard/Reserve 4- Other Federal employment
5 - State employment
6 - Self-employment
7 - Unemployment
8- Other
Employment. Provide the information requested for each period of employinent. Give the
name of your employer. Enter "self-employed" in the box for employer's name when
appropriate, and "unemployed" for periods of unemployment.
Employer's Name
NeXT, lnc.
Employer's Street Address
Y our Position
President
Actual job location Il different from
employer's address:
rtino
City (Country)
City (Country)
Enter your Social Security Number before going to the next page.
Immediate Superviser OR person to Verify
Self-employment or Unemployment. Across
from each employment on the left, provide the
information requested below.
Supervisor's/Person's Narne
Street Address (if different than employer's)
Supervisor's!Person's Naine
Street Address (if different/han employer's)
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PEOPLE WHO KNOW vou WEU List tour people who know yeu weil and live in the United States.
• Don'! list spouse otherrelatives or former spouses o Try notto list anyone mentioned in items 9 10 or 11
Name
1 1
Name
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Number of Vears Known
1 Daytil
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Number of Years Known
1 DaytTe Teleohone Number
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Ho1 Addœss
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City
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City
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Name Na me
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Numb9" of Years Known 1 Daytime Telep"""" Numh<>r
Number of Yeais Known 1 Daytime Telephone Number b7C
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Home Address
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City
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City
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13a VOUR MEMBERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS L1st ali U.S.-based organizations, except laber unions, political, or religious organizatlons yeu belonged to in
the last 15 years.
Membershlp From
Name of Organlzatlon
Nature of Affiliation/
Location ol Organizatlon
Monlh/Vear To Month!Vear Office Held, If Any City (Country) State
None
1 1
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1 1
1 1
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13b VOUR INVOLVEMENT IN FOREIGN ORGANIZATIONS L1st any fore1gn-based poilt1cal or bus1ness orgamzat1ons of wh1ch yeu have been a member, offiCial,
employee, or active participant at any time.
lnvolvement From
Name of Foreign Organlzation
Nature ol Affiliation/
Location of Organizatlon
Monlh/Vear To Month!Vear Office Held, If Any
City (Country) State
None
1 1
1.4 FOREIGN COUNTRIES VOU HAVE VISITED e Do not include countries covered in items 9, 10, and 11.
• Use appropriate number code to show the purpose of your visit·
1111.. 1 • Business
,.. 2 • Pleasure
3 • Education
4 • Other
ln Country From
Code
Country
ln Country From
Code
Month/Vear To Month/Vear Month!Year To Month!Year
Country
15 PERSONAL CONTACT WITH FOREIGN NATIONALS Have you ever had a persona! or contlnUing contact Wlth a national of a Sov1et, Sov1et bloc, or commun1st
country? If "YES", provide the information be law
Perlod of ContaCt
Name of National Counlry of National
(From/To)
Nature of Contact
16a
MILITARV AND/OR MERCHANT MARINE SERVICE.
Have you served in the United States military? • .... . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ..... . . . . . . ........ . . . . . . . . ...
Have you served in the United States Marchant Marine? • • • • • 0 •••• . . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . . .... . .. . . . . . ..
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(If you served in the United States military, go to 16b and 16c; if you on/y served in the United States Merchant Marine, go to 16c; if you answered
"NO" to bath questions, go to question 17.)
16b CURRENT MILITARV STATUS Mark the box thal corresponds ta your current military s,tatus.
Active Duty Active Reserve National Guard
Enter yourSocial Security Number before going to the next page.
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16c AcTivE sERvicE Sh1S E CRE Trot
, -mllitary reserve service) . Use one of the
·• Mark "0" for Officer or "E" for Enlisted.
YOUR RELATIVES
1 - Mother
2 • Father
3 - Stepmother
6 - Merchant Marine
Give full names and enter the correct code for ali relatives, living or dead, specified below:
4 • Stepfather 7 • Stepchild 10- Stepbrother 13- Half-sister
5- Foster parent 8 • Brother 11 - Stepsister 14- Father-in-law
6 • Child (adopted also) 9- Sister 12 - Half-brother 15 - Mother-in-law
7- National
16- Guardian
Full Name (if deceased, check box on the left
1
Code
Date of Blrth
Country of Blrth Country of Cltlzenshlp
Current Street Address and City J State
befof'9 enterlng nsme) Month/Day/Year (country) of Living Relatives · ··
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18 YOUR MARITAL STATUS Mark one of the following boxes to show your current marital status:
1 • Never married (go to question 19) 3 • Separated
2 • Married 4 • Le al se arated
Il Separated, Date of Separation (Mo./Day/Yr.) 11 Legally Separated, Where is the Reoord Located? City (Country)
Address of Current Spouse (Street. city, and oountry if outside the U.S.)
Month/Day/Year If Divorce<!, Where is the Reoord Located? City (Country)
5 • Divorced
6-Widowed
1 Does the citizen of another country, or a United States citizen by ether than birth, live at your residence? If "Y es", provide the information
required below. If a United States citizen by ether than birth lives with you, show bath "United States" and prier country of citizenship below.
Don't list your spoLise or ether relatives yeu provided in question 17
Name of Persan Country of Cltizenshlp Relatlonshlp
S ~ G R E f
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Enter your Social Security Number before going to the next page.
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CONTINUATION SPACE: Use the continuation sheets(s) (SF 86A) for additional answers to questions 9, 10, and 11. Use the space below to continue answers
to ali other questions. If more space is needed than what is provided below, go to page 9. Before each answer, identify the number of the question.
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Standard Form 86
Revised October 1987
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SEGREl
U._S:--otfice of Personnel Management
FPM 736
QUESTIONNAIRE FOR
SITIVE POSITIONS
20a Are a male born alter December 31, 1959? If "Y es", to 20b. If "No", to 21. ·
. 20b Have .you registered with the SelectiveService System? If "Y es", give your registration number:
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If you answered "No', to 20b, are you legally exempt? If "Y es", state the reason for the-exemption:
Form Approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0007
Expires: 8-31-90
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
the last 15 years?. lf b·eginwith the most recent-occurrence and go backwards, providing
date or left,-and·other i uested. ·
. Use the following codés to explain thereason y_our employment was ended:- -
1 • Fi red from.joo · - - · 3-" Left a.job by mutual agreement iollowing allegations of misconduèt
2 • Quit a job alter being told 4 • Left a job by mutual agreement following allegations of unsatisfactory
5. Le ft a job for other reasons .und er -
, . unfavorable circumstances
you'd be fired performance
24 . · This item concerns the use of alcoholic beverages, and_ the supplying or using, without a prescription, of-marijuana, cocaine, hashish, narcotics (opium;
. morphme, codeine, heroin, etc.), stimulants (cocaine; amphetamines, elc.),- depressants (barbiturates, methaqualone; tranqui/izers, etc.), hallucinogenics-
(LSD; PCP, etc.), or other dangerous or illegal drugs. Y es No
2 4a
Do you now use, or within the last 5 years have you used, alcoholic beverages.habitually to excess? ,

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24b
Do you now use or supply, or within the last 5 years have you used or -supplied, marijuana, cocaine, narcotics, hallucinogenics, or ether ..
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dangerous or illegal drugs?
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24C ·Il you answered "Y es" to question a orb above, provideat the top of page 8 information relating ta the types of substance(s) used, the ·,
periods and frequency of use for each, and any ether details or explanation-relating to.your use of these substances. -·
-Enter y our Social ·Security Nu rn ber be fore going to the·next page. ·
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Y our • 11cohol and Dangérous Drugs.Including Marijuana and Cocailie · ' ·
From
(Month!Year)
From
(Month/Year)
· To
(Month/Yeàr)
To
(Month!Year)
Type of Action
Type of Substance Used
Explanatlon (ln your comments be sure glve the frequencJi of your usè during each jJèrlod you 1/sted,
lncludlng the Perfod of most recent use.))
Name/Address of Persan, Hospital, or mS1tRU1tlon
(lnclude country If outs/de ttre
State
Stete ZIP Code
29
Are you now over ninety (90) days delinquant on any loan or financial obligation? lnclude
teed by the Federal Govemment. (If your answer is "Y es", provide date Joan or obligation
loans or obligations funded or guaran-
and other information requested below.)
Date
(Month/Year)
Type of Loan ·
or Obligation
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going to next page.
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3Qb Have.you elier been a member, officer, or employee of any organization, association, or group which:
1) advocates the overthrow of our Governmerit;. 2) advocates or approves of committing.acts of force or violence to deny others their
constitutio.nal · wants to our form of Government unconstitutional means?
Have you ever made a tinancial or other ma teri al contribution to any organiiation· of the type described in Questions 30a or 30b?
If you answered "Y es", to 30a, 30b, or 30c, answer 30d, 30e, and 30L
Continuation Space
Use the continuation sheet(s) (SF 86A) tor additional answers to questions 9, 10, and 11. Use the space below to continue answers to ali other questions and
any information you would like to add. If more space is· needed than what is provided below, use a blank sheet(s) of paper. Star! each sheet with your name and
Social Security Number. Betore each answer, identify the number of the question.
Alter completing Parts 1 and 2 of this tarrn, you should review your answers ta ali questions ta make sure the tarrn is complete and accurate,
and then sign and date the following certification and sign and date the release on page 1 O.
1 read and understood the
read each question asked of
or material tacts or events, the
understand that may
Certification Ttnat My Answers Are True
explaining the purpose of this tarrn and the Federal Govemment's authority for asking the questions. J
understood each question. 1 understand that if 1 did not tell the truth on this tarrn or did not list ali relevant
Government may tire me, may not hire me, may deny or revoke my clearance, or may prosecute me. 1
my fined up ta $10,000, imprisoned up ta 5 years, or bath.
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. Form. 86
SE€ RET
· Aevised October 1987
·: •U.S. OHice of Personnel Management
··FPM Chapter 736 · .
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Form Approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206.()()07
El<plres: 8-31-90
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
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AUTHORITY FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION
· 1 Authorize any duly accredited representative of the Federal Govemment, including those from the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Defense, to obtain any informa-
tion relating to my activities from schools, residential management agents, employers, criminal justice agencies,
financial or lending institutions, credit bureaus, consumer reporting agencies, retail business establishments, medi-
cal institutions, hospitals or other repositories of medical records, or individuals. This information may include, but
is not limited to, my academie, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, persona] history, disciplinary,
criminal history record, arrest, conviction, medical, psychiatric/psychological, and financial and credit information.
I Further Authorize the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the Bureau of Investigation, the Depart-
ment of Defense, and any other authorized agency, to request criminal history record information about me from
'Criminal justice agencies for the purpose of determining my eligibility for access to classified information, or
assignment to, cir retention in, sensitive national security duties, in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 9101.
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1 Direct You To Release such information upon request of the duly accredited representative of any authorized
agency regardless of any agreement 1 may have made with you previously to the contrary.
1 Understand that the information you release is· for official use by the Federal Govemment, and that these users
.may redisclose the information y ou release as authorized by law.
'I Release any individual,_ including records custodians, from ail liability for damages that may result to me on
account of compliance or any attempts to comply with this authorization. This release is binding, now and in the
future, on my heirs, assigns, associates, and persona! representative(s) of any nature. Copies of this authorization
that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me.
ParenUGuardian Signature (If Requlred)
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Full Name (Typed)
Steven P. Jobs
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(Attacti addltlonal pages If necessary)
t S. Ptease list nam es of ali corporations. firms, partnerships or other business enterprises. and ali nonprofit
organizations and other institutions with whicn you are now, or cftlrlng Ul• psst flve yesrs affiliated
as an officer. owner, director." trustee. partner. advisor. attorney or consultant ln addition, pte ovide the
names of any ortler organizations with which you were affiliated prlor to tfi• psst flv• yesrs that mig esent
a potentiaJ conftict or appearance of conflict of interest with your prospective appointment. (Piease note tti ·in
the case of an attorney's client listing, il is onty necessary to provide the names of major clients and those tha
might present a potential conflict or appearance of conflict of interest with the prospective appointment). ·
1 ) P i x ar 2) Ne x t , rn c • · · · l'
1001 W. Cutting Blvd. 900 Chesapeake Drive
Richmond, CA. 94804 Redwood tity, CA 94063
25. Ptease list ali your interests in real property, other than a persona! residence, setting forth the nature of .y001
interest, the type of property and the .address. , ·
. 1 ) 'Apa n :ment { owne r) ·
· 146 Central · Park West
New York, NY 10023
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460 Mountain Home Raad
Wood s ide, CA 94062
3S. Have you or any firm. company or other entity with which you have been .associated ever been convicted of a
violation of any Federal. state, county or municipal law, regulation or ordinance? tf so. ptease provide full
details.
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45. Have you or any firm. company or other entity with which you have beeo associated ever been the subject of
Federal. state or local investigation for possible violation of a criminaJ statute? If so. please give full details:
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SS. Have you. ever been involv&d in civil or criminaJ litigation, or if! administrative or legislative proceedings of any
kirid, either as a plaintiff, defendant. respondent. witness or party in interest? If so. please give full details
identifying dates. issues litigated and the location where the civil action is recorded.
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5s. Ali but the last one have been dismissed and are no longer pending.
(1) Apple Computer, lnc. vs Jobs, et al, California Superior Court for Santa
.Clara County, No. 584898. Issues involved alleged breach of fiduciary duties
and misappropration of trade secrets. Fi led 1985.
( 2 ~ 1 vs. Jobs, et al., California Superior Court for Santa Clara b6
County, No. 614354. Filed 1987. Issues involved alleged wrongful discharge b
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and other related claims.
(3) Woodside Design Associates, lnc, et al. vs. Apple Computer, lnc., et al.,
California Superior Court for San Mateo County, No. 319154, Filed 1987. Issues
involved alleged breach of contract and other related claims.
(4) Apple Computer Securities Litigation, United States District Court for the
Northern District of California, No. C-84-20148 RPA. Fi led 1984. Issues involve
alleged violation of Section 1 O(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
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sub;ect of a complatnt to any court. admiMitratJve agency, protess•onal association; disciplinary committee, or
other professional group? If so, please give full details.
NO
7$. Have you ever run for political OffiCe. served on a political committee or been identified in a pyblic way with a
particulat organization. candidate or issue? Have any complaints been lodged against you or your political
committee with the Federal Election Commission or state or local election authorities? If so. please describe.
NO
85. Are you currently. or have you ever beetl. a membef' or office holder in any club or organization that restricts or
restricted membership on the basis of S8l(. race. color, religion. national origin. age or handicap? If so. provide
the name. address and dates of membership for each.
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family. PrOVide the names or those individuals. dates and places of birth, and whettlet or not they are United
States citizens. !'i'P
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1 OS. ls there anything in your penonaJ lite that could be used by someone to coerce or blackmail you? ls there
anything in your lite that could cause an embarrassment to you or to the President if publicly known? If so,
pleass provide full details.
NO
1 understand ttlat· ttle Information being provided on this suPP'9ment ta the SF-86 is ta be
consldered part of the original SF-86 216191 . and a taise statement on
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APR 1 8 199\ .
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Reference is made to my letter dated April 2, 1991,
which furnished your office the partial results of a background
investigation concerning Mr. Steven Paul Jobs.
Trans.mitted herewith is a summary memorandum
containing the results of an additional inquiry in this matter.
Investigation determined that in 1984, Mr. Jobs who
was the Chief Executive Officer of Apple computer, Incorporated;
ether company officers; and the Board of Directors for Apple.were
named in a class·action lawsuit which was brought on by the
shareholders of Apple. The trial in this case begins on
April 22, 1991. Absent a specifie request from your office, we
will not pursue this matter.
This· completes our investigation.
Sincerely yours,
William M. Baker
Assistant Director

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STEVEN PAUL JOBS
The information in this summary memorandum supplements
the information contained in a summary memorandum dated April 2,
1991, and completes the investigation.
Miscellaneous
As indicated in the prier summary memorandum dated
April 2, 1991, Mr. Jobs indicated on his Standard Form 86 dated
February 6, 1991, that he was involved in a lawsuit filed in 1984
against Àpple Computer, Incorporated, in the United States
District court ·for the Northern District of California, Number c-
RPA, which is still pending. Issues involved alleged
violation of Section 10 (b) of the securities Exchange Act of
1934. A check of the records of the United States District
Court, san Jose, California, deterrnined that this file consists
of ten volumes, only five of which could be located. Volume one,
containing the original complaint and details of the matter was
one of the unavailable volumes.
r-------f.IPn April 17, 1991,1 1
Apple Computer, Incorporated, Cupertino, California,
was jnteryifwed by the FBI concerning this pending lawsu.it.
1 ... _stated that in 1984, Mr. Jobs, who was the Chief
Execut1ve Officer for Apple, along with ether company officers
and Board of Directors for Apple, were named in a class action
lawsuit whiyh was brought on by the shareholders of Apple.
1 Jadvised that the trial in this case begins on
April 22, 1991, and will be heard in Federal District Court. The
docket number for this case is C8420148 (ARPA). Incorporated in
memorandum are the results of 1 1
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advised as follows.
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PAUL JOBS who was the Chief Executive Officer for Apple,
along with other Company Officers and the Board of Directors for
Apple were named in a class action law suit which was brought on
by the shareholders of Apple. The law suit was predicated on the
1982-83 announcement of the LISA Computer which was touted as one of
the top products which Apple had ever introduced into the computer
market for personal computers.
L-:---:---:--..JI sta ted that the pbasis of the law suit was -
the Company' s decision to .advertise the positive features of
the LISA computer, without alao describing the potential problems
concerning this computer. In addition, the LISA when introduced
was priced at around $10,000 in January, 1983 and the MaciNTOSH
which was introduced in January, 1984 was priced at around $2,500.
1 lstated the LISA was actually the predecessor of the MaciNTOSH
which as is well known did considerably better in sales and profit
for the·Company than the LISA.
that a drop in Apple sttiêk based upon
the failure of the LISA to engender profits for the Company caused
the shareholders to bring a class action suit against the Company
for failurè to disclose the potential problems of the LISA computer bs
which caueed ahareholders to lose money based upon the devaluation b7c
of Apple stock. 1 luplained that theae kinds of lawsuita are
fairly common in the si! ecn Valley, however, he is convinced that
the Company and JOBS acted in good faith and were not able to predict
what happen after the LISA was introduced.
that the lawsuit was appealed by the
Company and was denied certiorari by the United States Supreme
Court. The Ninth District Court of Appeals in ita findings stated
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that all but two of the actions on the part of the Company were
not actionable. The two statements which were found which merited
a trial were issues involving the "unifile" and "dual-file" disk
drives which apparently JOBS decided to use a different disk drive
than waa intended- for .. these two software programs when upgrading
the Apple I computer to the Apple II. 1 1 stated the se
programs were announced in November, 1982 and represented a srnall
profit for Apple in the am_ount of $5,000,000, in terrns of "their
other products ..
!.--........ .,..,..., .......... 1 stated that trial in this case begins on Monday,
April 22, 1991 and will be heard in Federal Court by
Judge JAMES WARE of the Northern District of talifornia. The
docket number for this case is: C8420148 (ARPA). 1 lstated
he would apprise the Federal Bureau (FBI) of the
status of the case as appropriate.
1 lstated that other than this lawsuit, he was not
aware of any other pending lawsuit against STEPHEN PAUL JOBS.

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BY COURIER
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In accordance with a request received from your office
dated February 15, 1991, a Level III background investigation was
initiated concerning Mr. Steven Paul Jobs. Transmitted herewith
is a summary memorandum containing the partial results of this .
investigation, along with copies of interviews providing details
of information contained in this summary memorandum.
Yeu a will be advised when additional information
concerning a pending 1984 lawsuit involving Mr. Jobs becomes
available.
(3)
Sincerely yours,
William M. Baker
Assistant Director
criminal Investigative Division
(3)
: This case was opened on February 21, 1991. Mr. Jobs is
cu rently the President of NeXT, Incorporated, Redwood City,
California. He is being investigated for a Presidential
·appointment tc the President's Export Council.
On 2/28/91, Special Agent (SA)I FBI San
Francisco, telephonically advised that he attempted tc arrange an
appointment with Mr. Jobs tc conduct an appointee interview.
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Mr. Jobs' secretary informed sAI lthat Mr. Jobs was
unavailable. for an interview for three weeks. Mr. Jobs could not
even see,sAI lfor one hour.
on 2/28/91, Spin Unit, telephonically
advised.l _ l, the White House, that Mr. Jobs was
unavailable for an with the FBI for three weeks.
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several individuals commented concerning past drug use b7c
on the part of Mr. Jobs.
several individuals questioned Mr. Jobs' honesty
stating that Mr. Jobs will twist the truth and distort reality in
arder to achieve his goals. They also commented that, in the l
past, Mr. Jobs was not supportive ofl 1 (the
mother of his child born out of wedlock) and their daughter;
however, recently has become more supportive.
A review of NEXIS and an interview of Mr. Jobs provide
details of Mr. Jobs' resignation from Apple Computer and the
lawsuits in which Mr. Jobs was named as a defendant.
Mr. Jobs also commented concerning his past drug use.
A March 11, 1991, and a
March 14, 1991, interview of from the
San Francisco facsimile date , were sent to the
White House.
Incorporated into the summary are the
results of Jobs frJrn San crrancisco report dated
March 20, 1991, and from San Francisco facsimile
dated March 26, 199 .
Mr. Jobs indicated on his SF-86 that he was involved in
a lawsuit filed in 1984 in the u.s. District Court for the
Northern District of California, Number C-84-20148 RPA. Issues
involved alleged violation of Section 10(b) of the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934. A check of the records of the u.s.
District Court, San Jose, California, by the FBI San Francisco
determined that this file consists of ten volumes, only five of
which could be located. Volume one, containing the original
complaint and details of the matter was one of the unavailabie
volumes. Additional attempts to obtain details concerning this
lawsuit remain outstanding. (San Francisco)
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PER OGA LETrER DATED 11/22/2011
APR 2 199l
STEVEN PAUL JOBS
THE INVESTIGATION OF MR. JOBS COVERED INQUIRIES IN THE
UNITED STATES AS TO HIS CHARACTER, LOYALTY, AND GENERAL STANDING,
BUT NO INQUIRIES WERE MADE AS TO THÈ SOURCES OF HIS INCOME.
This summary memorandum contains the partial results of
an investigation concerning Mr. Jobs. Additional investigation
is being conducted.
Birth
Mr. Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, in
San Francisco, California.
It should be noted that Mr. Jobs is
review of his birth certificate lists his parents asL___J
1 land Clara Hagopian.
Education
Mr. Jobs graduated from Homestead· High School,
Cupertino, California, in June, 1972.
Military Service
Mr. Jobs has indicated no prior military service.
Employment
From.February, 1981, to September, 1985, Mr. Jobs
continued to be employed as chairman and founder of Apple
Computer, Incorporated (ACI), Cupertino, California. (Refer to
the Interviews section of this summary memorandum for additional
information concerning this employment.)
Since September, 1985, Mr. Jobs has been self-employed
as president of NeXT Computer, Incorporated, Redwood City,
California.
In addition to the above-mentioned employments,
Mr. Jobs is also the owner of PIXAR Software Company, Richmond,
California.
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California, Mr. Jons 1nd1cated dur1ng
a routine intery1ew that on March 18. 1991. he would marry
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Mr. Jobs' mother, Clara Hagopian Jobs, is deceased.
Mr. Jobs has listed the followihg living close relatives:
Father
Sister
Sis ter
Daughter
Based on the background information furnished by
Mr. Jobs, he has no close relatives residing in communist-
controlled countries.
Interviews
d lfor ACI, Cupertino, California,
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andl _ _ _ _ _ _of the company. They
offere avorab e cornrnen s concern1ng r. Jobs' character,
reputation, associates and loyalty. They are unaware of any
illegal drug use or alcohol abuse by Mr. Jobs and they have never
observed Mr. Jobs express any bias or prejudice. They
recommended him for a · position of trust with the Government.
1 ] at ACI,
stated that dur1ng the late 1960s and ear!y 197os, Mr. Jobs may
wjth bE
concerning this matter. However, lis unaware of any b7c
current drug use by Mr. Jobs. He also offered favorable comments
concerning Mr. Jobs' character, reputation, loyalty and
associates. 1 lhas never observed Mr. Jobs express
any bias or prejudice and he recommended Mr. Jobs for a position
of a trust and confidence.
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1 IACI, advised that he has been ac:;ainted with Mr. Jobs
for approximatelyl lyears, when he b began
employment with ACI. He commented favora y concern1ng Mr. Jobs'
character, integrity and associates. · He knew of no alcohol b6
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1 1 further stated that Mr. Jobs always
conducted his business dealings in a reputable manner; however,
he (Mr. Jobs) was sued by ACI when he left the company.
1 lexplained that, when Mr. Jobs resigned from ACI, he
took proprietary information and key technological personnel with
him. That prompted the lawsuit, which has since been resolved.
1 ladvised that he has never observed Mr. Jobs
express any bias or prejudicf and st:t:d that he (Mr. Jobs) lives /
within his financial means. _ _ _ 1 reitrr:ted :hat Mr. Jobs c/
resigned from ACI and that he was no 1red. _ 1
recommended Mr. Jobs for a position of trust an con 1dence with
the United states Government.
California, adv1sed that he has been acqua1nted w1th Mr. Jobs
sincel L He characterized Mr. Jobs as a deceptive
individual who is not completely forthright and honest. He
stated that Mr. Jobs will twist the truth and distort reality in
arder to achieve his aoals. J
1 lalso advised that he was aware that
Mr. Jobs used illegal drugs, includin marijuana and LSD, while
they were attending college. aware of Mr. Jobs'
use of illegal drugs from repor s iends and an
admission of same from Mr. Jobs. commented that he
has never personally observed Mr. any drugs or abuse
alcohol.
lturther stated that, approximatelyl
Mr. Jobs and his
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1 1 had a dau:hter born out of wedlock. The daughter is
1 1 Jrelated that Mr. Jobs mistreated them
by not supportngnem, no ever, recently Mr. Jobs has been more
supportive. He commented thatl lwould be able to
rovide additional information concernin this
lconcluded the interview by stating that
even consider Mr. Jobs to be a friend, he
(Mr. Jobs) possesses the qu,J:"tjes t: assume a high level
political position. It was . _ 1 opinion that honesty
and are not require qual1 1es to hold such a pos1t1on.
1 JreCbmmended him for a position of trust and
conf1 ence with the Government. ·
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1 1 Cal1forn1a advised
he has been acqua1nted w1th Mr. Jobs s1nce 1 L J
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1 1 otherwise characterized Mr. Jobs as an
individua! possess1ng high moral character and integrity. He was
unaware of any illegal drug use or alcohol abuse on the part of
Mr. Jobs. He commented that Mr. Jobs lives within his financial
means. 1 lrecommended Mr. Jobs for a position of trust
and
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Mr. Jobs and had a child born out of wedlock.
[ leon 1nued that Mr. Jobs basically abandoned
1 1 and their daughter: however, lately he has been more
supportive of them.
that he is no longer friends with
Mr. Jobs. He feels bitter towards and alienated by Mr. Jobs
based upon his association with Mr. Jobs at ACI. He
characterized Mr. Jobs as an honest and trustworthy individual;
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any stock, wh1c wouave ma e1m qu1 e wea thy now.
r lcommented that, although he does not
consider Rr. Jons to be a friend at this time, he considers
Mr. Jobs to be a successful individual because he can delegate
tasks to individuals. However, Mr. Jobs alienated a lot of
people at ACI as a result of his ambition. 1 ladvised
that Mr. Jobs associates with reputable ind1v1duais.
lis unaware of any illegal drug use or
alcohol ..... Jobs and he commented that Mr. Jobs has b6
never expressed any bias or prejudice. 1 lbelieves that b7c
Mr. Jobs could succeed in a political pos1t1on, based upon his
method of operation and past record. He recommended Mr. Jobs for
a position of trust and responsibility.
Two individuals, who were acquainted with Mr. Jobs
while they were employed at ACI, offered favorable comments
concerning Mr. Jobs. They stated that he is strongwilled,
stubborn, hardworking and driven, which they believe is why he is
so successful. They further stated, however, that Mr. Jobs
possesses integrity as long as he gets his way; however, they did
not elaborate on this. Both of these individuals never observed
Mr. Jobs use illegal drugs or abuse alcohol. They recommended
him for a position of trust and confidence with the United States
Government.
On March 26, 1991,1 1 Palo Alto,
California, was interviewed of
(FBI) concerninq Mr. Jobs. 1
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diseuse the Apoointae si noe ihe bas questions concerning
his ethics and his moralityJ
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late sixties and early seventies when drug use wae and
that she and the Appointee both éKperimented with various drugs
although she would not be more. specifie as ta the kinds of drugs
involvad, other than.to say that experimentation wa!·involved.
She added that the Appointee is axtrsmely health conscious now and
rarely even drinks but will oooasionally have wine socially.
She advised that she has never observed the Aopointee
any bias or prajudice toward anyone tor any reason, racial
or otherwiser
.She added thAt a 1983 Time Magazine article by a
MICHAEL Namé Unknown) provided a rather a.ccurate description
of the Appointee, in terms of his being a vi&ionary anq
individual who was at tha aame time.shallow and 'callous to people in
relationships. she dasoribed hia personal life ae being
lacking due to hie naroissiiiin and shallownl!lss. She adàed at the same
time that he has fa: reaching vision and can vitalize plans and goals
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much the same as what he accompli shed at Apple ComputerB. She also
stated that his success at Apple which provided an enorrnous amount
of power for the Appointee also causéd hirn at times to lose sight
of hon9sty and integrity and even oaused him to distort the · truth
at times to get his
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ahe believes he is . an extremely bright and qompetent individual who
· would serve wel1 in a-position of trust and confidence by his sense
of vision as she previoualy related along with his inaefatigable
ene.t·gy. She the·refore recommended nim for a position· of trust and
with the Governrnent.
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Twenty-nine additional persons, consisting of
colleagues, neighbors, references, professional associates, and
social acquaintances, were interviewed. They provided favorable
comments concerning Mr. Jobs' character, associates, reputation,
and loyalty. They stated they are unaware of any current illegal
drug use or alcohol abuse by Mr. Jobs, nor have they ever known
him to exhibit any type of bias or prejudice against any class of
citizen or any type of religious, racial or ethnie group. They
also commented that they believe Mr. Jobs lives within his
financial means. They recommended him for a position of trust
and responsibility.
Among those interviewed are the following:
NeXT Computer, Incorporated, Redwood C1ty, Cal1forn1a;
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Corporation, Armonk, New York.
Credit and Arrest Checks
A review of appropriate credit records revealed no
pertinent information concerning Mr. Jobs.
Information has been received from appropriate law
enforcement agencies indicating their files contain no record
concerning Mr. Jobs.
Miscellaneous
IBM
During a routine interview of Mr. Jobs conducted by the
FBI on March 13, 1991, he commented concerning his resignation
from ACI, and his past drug use. Mr. Jobs also advised that he
was not personally involved in any lawsuits as a plaintiff or a
defendant. He did state, however, that he was involved in two
lawsuits in his capacity as a former officer of ACI. In both of
those lawsuits, he was paid restitution by the company. A copy
of Mr. Jobs' interview is incorporated in this summary
memorandum.
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STEVEN PAUL JOBS, having been advised of the identity
of the interviewing agent and the nature of the interview, was
interviewed at NeXt computer Inc., 900 Chesapeake Drive. He was
apprised of the fact that the FBI wae conducting the
investigation at the request of others and played no part in
whether he received an appointment. He was further advised
the FBI waa not limited to information he provided, in conduct1ng
.the investigation, and that the resulte of the investigation
would determine his suitability for an appointment or security
clearance.
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He was currently the president NeXt computer Inc. which
he haQ. formed after being fired from Apple Computer. At the time
of his dismissal he was the general manager of the Mackintosh
Division of Apple and had differences of opinion as to
direction of the company with the chief executive officer1
1 j. · .1\.fter being fired as the general manager of the ...._ _ _.
Mackintosh Division, he remained in his position as chairman of
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addition to his position at Next he also was the owner of Pixar
Software Company where he was the CEO and Chairman.
the company could substantiate his
involvement in the company.
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He owned three properties which included a house at 460
Mountain Home Road, Woodside, California, an apartment at 146
central Park west, New York, New York, and a home at 2101
Waverly, Pale Alto, California.
He belonged to no organizations ether than the New Y?rk
Athletic Club howaver he had never been in the New York
Club and knew nothing with regard to their membership policies.
\ He had Uexntieonns.iye fqreiqn travel and bad heen to Janan and the
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He had never been contacted by any foreign nationals or
to his knowledge, representatives of any foreign intelligence
personnel.
He had no military service and he had not been let go
or dismissed from any job other than being fired from Apple
Computer. He had never been charged, arrested or convicted of
any offenses.
He had not used any illegal drugs in the past five
years however during the period of approximately 1970 - 1974 he
exparimented with marijuana, haahish, and LSD. This during
high school and college and he mostly used thase substances by
himself. He never solà any drugs and no one who could
substantiate his use came readily to mind. He had never abused
alcohol and did not have a prescription drug abuse problem. He
had never received treatrnent for alcoholic abuse or drug usage
and he had not r'eceived any counseling or therapy for any type of
mental condition.
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He had never filed for or declared bankruptcy and had
no delinquant debts. He had no student loans.
He was not personally involved in any lawsuits as a
plaintiff or defendant. He was however associated with two
lawsuits in his capacity as a prior officer of Apple Computer.
In both of those suits which he listed on the SF-86 he was
indemnified by the company. Tha two ether brought agains t
him were dismissed and were a matter of record.
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He waa not a mamber of the communist party and did not
belong to any organizationa that espoused the overthrow of the
government.
He could think of nothing in his past or present
activities that could he used to coerce or blackrnail him.
He was provided with the writer's telephone number and
advised that should he have any questions or think of any
additional information he should feel free to contact the writer
at the San Francisco office of the Federal Bureau of
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Mr. Jobs indicated on his Standard Form 86 (SF-86)
dated February 6, 1991, that he was involved in three lawsuits
in 1985 and 1987.
He also indicated on his SF-86 that he was involved in
a lawsuit filed in 1984 against ACI in the U.S. District Court
for the Northern District of California, Number C-84-20148 RPA,
which is still pending. Issues involved alleged violation of
Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. A check of
the records of the U.S. District Court, San Jose, California,
deterrnined that this file consists of ten volumes, only five of
which could be located. Volume one, containing the original
complaint and details of the matter was one of the unavailable
volumes. Additional attempts to obtain details concerning this
lawsuit remain outstahding.
A check of the records of the Santa Clara County
Superior Court, (SCCSC) San Jose, California, indicated that on
September 23, 1985, ACI, filed a complaint against Steven P. Jobs
and another individual, alleging that they secretly planned the
formation of an enterprise to compete with ACI; they lured top
executives away from ACI to head up the new enterprise; sold ACI
stock under false pretenses in order to finance the new
enterprise, and planned to use ACI technology which would be a
misappropriation of confidential and proprietary information. On
January 21, 1986, after an out of court settlement was reached,
the case was dismissed without prejudice. Details of the
settlement were not reflected in the record.
s:fsc records also disclosed that on October 23, 1987,
1 _ filed a complaint against Mr. Jobs and
Incorporate . That complaint alleged that she left 1
1 lACI to accepta position at NeXT,
at a salary of $80,000 a year, plus a large stock option. She
stated she was under the im ression .that this 'ob would be lon
term in na;ure;
1 _allege was a
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indicated that he did offer her a position with NeXT, .b7c
Incorporated; however, he did not make her leave ACI. She
accepted the position in September, 1985, but had difficulty
getting people to work fo, ber. Mr. Jobs advised that ether
positions were offered to! lat the same salary, but none
were acceptable to her.
On November 15, 1989, a judgment was rendered in favor
of Mr. Jobs. An appeal was filed byl 1, but that appeal
has been dismissed.
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A check of the records of the Superior Court for
San Mateo County, Redwood City, California, indicated that on
May 29, 1987, Woodside Design Associates, Incorporated, et al,
filed a complaint against ACI, et al, for breach of contract and
ether related claims. M·r. Jobs was not personally named as a
defendant rather he was named solely as an officer of ACI in this
matter. A dismissal was filed on September 6, 1988, with
prejudice (cannet file again) of the entire action.
A review of NEXIS, a computerized news retrieval
service, disclosed numerous articles regarding Mr. Jobs.
However, those articles contained no additional pertinent
information regarding Mr. Jobs.
Agency Checks
A check of the Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Information System (NADDIS), a data base operated by the Drug
Enforcement Administration, disclosed no record concerning
Mr. Jobs or his close relatives.
A check of the records of the San Jose, California,
Better Business Bureau, disclosed no record concerning Mr. Jobs.
It did reveal, however, several complaints concerning ACI. It
was noted that ACI was always very responsive to all complaints
filed, and its reputation is considered outstanding.
During the course of this investigation, the records of
the following entities were checked and found to contain either
no record or no additional pertinent information concerning
Mr. Jobs, unless otherwise noted in this summary memorandum:
Consumer Fraud Division of District Attorney•s Office
of San Mateo County, California;
Appropriate California Better Business Bureaus;
State of California Attorney General
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...... e ense In us r1a Secur1ty Clearance Office;
Public Integrity Section and
appropriate United States Attorneys,
Department of Justice;
Securities and Exchange Commission;
United States Secret Service;
and the White House Office.
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Searches of the various indices of the FBI, including
but not limited to the central index maintained at FBI
Headquarters, the index of the Identification Division, the
indices of appropriate field offices and ether appropriate
computer data bases, did not identify any documents that contain
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into the various indices can vary from days to even months from
the date of the document as a result of existing clerical
backlogs throughout the FBI.
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On March 11, 1991 ,l 1 wa8
contacted at ent atl llodated at
California. Ee wali advisad as to ····
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forthright and honest and has a to dietort reality in
ordE=!r to achieve his goals. He offered a comparison in that he
1 1 has high ethicllll standards and does business with people
usJ.ng this standard, howevert the Appointee will twist the truth
in order to achieve whatever goal he has set for himaelf. He
considered the Appointee to be a deceptive
He provided an axarn le f this de
of the A ointee.
he had heard reForts from mutual friands and also an admission by the
Appointee that he freely used druqs while in to
include marijuana and LSD. He never ·actually observed the Appointee
use any drugi or consume alcohol to excase.
He aleo stated that the Appointee while living with
hia school irlfriand had a daughter out of Wé6lock. This
woman
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her oy not eupporting them1 however, he undarstands
that he has of late, baen more supportive of his daughter and her
mother.
added that along these
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and this relationshi he had with
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He cohcluded by saying that although he does not consider
the Appointee to be a friend, he believed the Appointee hae
what it takes to a&li\,l,n\e a high political position within the
Governrnent, which in his opinion, hone$ty and integrity are not
prerequiaites to assume such a position. He therefore
the Appointee for a position of trust and confidence with the
Government.
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On March 14, 1991.1 lwaa aontacted at
his residence located atl 1 Palo Alto, and
wa.s advised Çl.S' to the nature of the investi<;tation and he·voluntarily
advieéd a Cl ·follows. 1 1 stated he was presently self employed and
in the of etarting up a company.
Hs stated hé has known the A ointee since
oug-h the Appo ntee s basically an onest an trustwor
he is e complex individual and his moral character is He
stated he is no longer friends with the Appointee and feels bitter
and scmewhat alienated, baied upon having to work for him at Apple.
He explained that hel ldid not
receive any stock as a result, which would obviou9ly have made him
quite wealthy new. He stated the Appointee a large number
of people ApplE:!, as a result of hia ambition. He added that the
Appointee i! technically oriented but is in 'the of many, not
an engineer, since hé naver actually graduated from Collage with a
degree in engineering. He stated the Appointee ha! been succegsful
in businoes by delegating to people. In this
considars the Appointee to be a successful and has whet
it takes to sucoeeà in politice to include governmental

the A ointee had met n lg sc oo1
the r ou o we ock, who lie name was
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He added that hai been mentionad in many books which b7c
bcc::n writtan about t e Appointee. but always \lsed assumed naineS
so as to protect her daughter from the of being kidnapped
for ransorn. P.e stated ahe would be reluctant to speak to the FB!,
bast:d upon her negative e>eperience5 with the Appointee, in which he
basically abandoned her and her daughter. However, lately, the Appointee
has apparent1y been more eupportive of both of them anù has even bought
a home near his residence, for them to be close to him.
Ha 6tated that although he does not consider the Appointee
to ba a now, he he could succeed in any political
based upon his of operation and past record. He
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abusé alcohol and t hat he assooiates with reputable people. He
added that he had never observed the Appointee exprese any racist
sentiments and would recommend him for position of and
confidence wi th the Government.
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is now considered RUC. San Francisco regrets the delay in reporting,
however, the Apple Computer Company has been less than cooperative,
in terms of providing assistance as requested of the Legal Department.
APPROVED
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STEPHEN PAUL JOBS
SPECIAL INQUIRY
Interview of representative of Apple Computer Company
· legal department conducted and information requested
concerning the status of litigation against Appointee
was obtained. The Company representative stated the
Appointee had.acted in good faith regarding decisions
which were found actionable by the Ninth District Court
of Appeals.
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REFERENCE: Reports of dated 3/20/91
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Where appropriate, Privacy Act (e) (3), data was
furnished to persans interviewed. Express promises of
confidentiality, bath limited and unlimited, have been noted
where granted.
Investigation extends beyond Buded due to
unavailability of individuals and records.
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If records cannet be located, contact should be made
with the legal counsel for Apple computer to obtain a synopsis of
the basis for the law suit and whether the Appointee was being
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STEVEN PAUL JOBS
SPIN (B)
Synopsis: of Apple Computer Company
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interviewed regarding Appointee's separation from the company.
Associates recommended.
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The following investigation was conducted by
AT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA
EMPLOYMENT
At tempt s to con ta ct
of the Apple Computer Company, 20525 Mariani Avenue, Cupertino,
California have met with negative results since his secretary was
first contacted on March 11, 1991. She advised on that date that
he would not be avai1able for interview unti1 March 18, 1991 and
that he would return the ca11 on Tuesday or Wednesday of that week,
however, he has not done so and repeated calls or. March 21,22 and
25th have not produced any response froml : A ca11 was also
made on March 26, 1991 forl however, no response has been
received.
On March 26, 1991,1 1 contacted the
San Jose Resident Agency of the FBI in response to a message which
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had been left at his employment. He stated he has known · the Appointee
sincel lwhen he first went to work at Apple Computers He described
the Appointee as an individual of excellent moral character and integrity
and knows of nothing which would reflect upon him in a negative way,
to inlude drug usage or alcohol abuse. Further, he believed that
the Appoiritee always lived within his means and associated with
reputable people. He added that he never once observed the Appointee
indicate in any way that he was either biased or prejudiced in any
way toward anyone for any reason. He concluded by saying he would
recommend the Appointee for a position of trust and confidence with
the Government.
1 1 stated he is the
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AT CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA
Op Marcb 27 1991 1
J 1 for Apple Computers, Incorporated,
20525 Mariani Avenue, Cupertino, California was contacted at his
employment and he voluntarily advised as follows. He stateà he has
known the Appointee for about Il years, having met when he n D
first went to work at Apple Appointee was Chairman of the
Board.
He characterized the Appointee as an individual of good
character and integrity and knew of nothing which would reflect
upon him in a negative way, to include drug usage and alcohol abuse.
He also stated that as far as he knew the Appointee always conducted
his business dealings in a reputable manner and that the Appointee
had been sued, however, by Apple when he resigned from the Company
for having taken rights of technology or proprietary information
with him when the Appointee departed Apple. The Appointee also took
key technological personnel with him when he left which was also a
basis of the law suit against the Appointee which has since been
resolved.
He also stated that he has never observed the Appointee
express any prejudice or bias toward anyone for any reasons racial
or otherwise. He added that the Appointee was not terminated from
Apple but left voluntarily, that is he resigned. He advised that
as far as he knew, the Appointee lives within his means financially
and associates with reputable people.
He concluded by saying that he would recomrnend the Appointee
for a position of trust and confidence with the Government

1 lof VENT, Incorporated located at 110 Pioneer Street
in Mountain View California was also contacteà and he advised as
follows J
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had undergone a change in philosophy by participating in eastern
arid/or Indian rnysticism and religion. This change apparently
influenced the Appointee•s persona! !ife for the better.
Hè·advised that the Appointee lives within his means
financially, however, based upon his newfound religious beliefs,
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the Appointee lives more of a spartanlike and at times even monastic
existence. He added, however, the Appointee still associates with
reputable people. He also advised that although the Appointee is
not an engineer.in the ·real sense, he tinderstands base technology
and technical )argon to the extent that he is an innovative force
within the technical community, in terms of the contributions he
has made.
He concluded by saying he would recommend the Appointee
for a position of trust and confidence.
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rhe following investigation was conducteà by
AT MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA
ASSOCIA TES
On March 19, 1991,
lfor SGN MICROSYSTEMS, 2750 Coast Avenue, was contacted
.__a..,.t---.h_l_s ___ and he advised as follows. He stated he has
known the Appointee for thel lyears on a professional basis
and considers hin to be an individual of excellent character and
integrity. He knew of absolutely nothing which would reflect upon
the Appointee in a negative way, to include drug or alcohol abuse.
He added that he believed the Appointee lives within his means
financially, albeit he is a man of considerable means and that he
also associates with reputable people. He added that although the
Appointee is not a deeply technical· individual, he understands the
technical field sufficiently well to engender new ideas in technology
which are exciting to the computer field. He added that the Appointee
based upon this ingenuity, is just the type of individual needed to
participate in national science and technology forums. He therefore
recommended the Appointee highly for a position of trust and confidence
with the Government.
1 lfor Apple Computers, Inc., 20525 Mariani
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Avenue, Cupert1no,al1 orn1a was contacted at h1s employment
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however, became better acquainted with him when he came to work at
Apple in r-----1 He characterized the Appointee as an individual of
of good and integrity, without any known problems such as
drug and/or alcohol abuse. He added that he had never observed the
Appointee exhibit any bias or prejudice toward anyone for any reason,
racial or otherwise. He also stated that the Appointee is extremely
competent in the field of computers and a bright and energetic worker
who is also opinionated. He added that the Appointee lives within his
means financially and associates with reputable people. He recommended
him highly for a position of trust and confidence.
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at Apple Cumputers, Inc., 1101 west Haudc Avenue b6
in Sunnyvale, California contacted dnd adviseJ as follows. She b7c
stated she was
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as an 1nd1vidual of good and rcputdtion and knew of nothing
which would reflect upon him in a negative way, to include drug or
alcohol abuse. She added that he is a loyal U.S. citizen and is a
very respccted membcr of the high technology community. Shc addcd that
the Appointee always appeared to live within his means and
v1i th an eclectic group of people, most of Hhom arc famous. Ile has
never indicated bias or prejudice toward anyone and she highly
reco!:t.'1tend hi:'.1 for a of trust und confidence.
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On Mar ch 19 9:1 ( contact wi th the sec'retary for
SUN MICROSYSTEMS, 2550 Garcia
Avenue, Mountaln Vlew, Cal ornia revealed 1
wou là not be av ai lable for interview un til 25,
1991.
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On March 20, 1991, messages were left 1 1
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to contact the Federal Bureau of i investigation (FBI). It will
be noted that j n a preyj ous i ntervj ew wj tb 1 1
who at! L California, that
1 J woula be reluctartt to speak to the FBI based upon her
past re at2onship with the Appointee, in which she had a baby born
out of wedlock and the Appointee's initial lack of support for them.
1 lstated when interviewed on March 14, 1991, he woulà also
contact! land see if she would contact the FOI this
matter. To date, no response has been received
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lfor Apple Computer, Inc., 20525 Mar2ani
__ way contacte;· This was a followup
to several other messages left for! _ lto contact the FBI
regarding the Appointee. Whenl Office was first
contacted on March 11, 1991, the secretary indicated he would not
be available until March 18, 1991, however, when she was recontacted
on March 18, 1991, she stated he would return the call on Tuesday or
Wednesday of the weck of March 18. To date, no return calls have
been made byl lregardf na the Appointee, in terms of set ting up
an appointment to interviewl 1·
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SUBJECT: STEVEN PAUL JOBS; SPIN (8); BUOED: 3/7/91.
RE SAN FRANCISCO TELETYPE TO THE DIRECTOR, ET AL, DATED
3/15/91, CAPTIONED AS AND AT TELCALL TO FBIHQ ON
3/21/91.
FOR INFORMATION OF THE BUREAU, MESSAGES AND FOLLOW UP
TELEPHONE CALLS TO THE SECRETARY OF THE PRESIDENT OF GEORGIA
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY lGEORGIA TECH), MR. PAT CRECINE, TO
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STEVEN PAUL JOBS
SPIN (B)
Office:
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Bureau File Il:
1618-HQ-23908
Synopsis: Employment verified. U.S. Attorney's office records
checked with negative results.
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The followinq was cènducted by
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PIXAR
lOOl West cutting Boulevard
Richmond, California
EMPLOXMENT
LllaL lu l.98Ci, oppointee pur<::ho:JoQ from I..uca., I"ilmo, tho
graphie and color téchnology which PIXAR uses to produce computer
graphie software used in computer generated pictures, commercials
and which 1s used to color cartoon motion pictures. PIXAR sells
the graphie and software and generates computer
commercials. 1 lstated that PIXAR is owned by appointee,
was incorporated in California on February 3, 1986, and appointee
owns lOO percent of the stock. e Board of Directors
other that a ointee.
that his relationship with appointee is primarily
a· professional one; however, he has been to appointee's home on
occasion.
contribution on the National scene. stated that
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appointee as an extremely intelligent
1nd1v1dual, a true leader, who has made a difference in the
industry and given the oppaill make a positive
appointee is not an individual who n imidated; however,
fits in and can talk with anyone. further described

appointee as an extraordinary persan, who is qn excellent ·
business negotlator and recruiter of talent. ! 1 added that
appointee is a demanàing inàividual, expecting a lot from himself
and others. 1 lfelt that most people including himself,
believe appointee to be an extraordinary person with a good
reputation, but when it cornes to business frequently
disagreements and sometimes hard fee11ngs. added that
sorne people have a great respect for appointee an ethers dislike
h1m. Appointee has the ab1lity to 11aten to the suggestions and
ideas of ethers and will adopt them; however, an ind1vidual
dealing with appointee must know what he is talking about and
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and sornetimes the fndividual.l _ _1 ad_ded that appointee
very truthful and straightforwar wit ·· people and usually says ·
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character, yal American and.to màintain reputable
associates stated that appointee is very health .
conscious an a no suspicions or personal knowledge of illegal
narcotic use on the part of appointee and did not know appointee
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to abuse alcohol.l !considered appointee to have a
lifestyle and spendlng hab ts consistent with his financial means
andl lhas never known appointee to express or show any bias
or prejudice against any individual or groupl lconcluded
by stating that he would highly recommend appointee for a
position of trust and confidence with the United stated
Government.
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U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
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UrS. Attorney's Office, searched civil and criminal dockets
without 1ocating any record for STEVEN PAUL JOBS.
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TITLE OF CASE REPORT MADE BY
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CHARACTER OF CASE
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REFERENCE: Butel to San Francisco dated 2/21/91.
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Where appropriate, Privacy Act (e)(3), data was
furnished to persons interviewed. Express promises of
confidentiality, beth lirnited and unlirnited, have been noted
where granted.
Investigation extends beyond Buded due to
unavailability of Appointee and ethers for interview.
On 3/1/91, ELSUR indices with
negative results.·
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On 2/26/91, Confidential indices
with negative results.
On 2/22/91,1 lchécked San Francisco General
indices and located a 192 reference to the Appointee dating back
to 2/11/85, when the Appointee was the victim in a bomb threat,
at A:ple com:uter. Severa! references were located pertaining to
al _ _ L One reference was located in storage in ·
Poca ello, î aho, and the ether references were missing from the
files. Efforts would be made to locate and interview the missing
references.
San Francisco indices
regardingl date of birth,l L
with negative results.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Federal Bureau of Investigation
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March 20, 1991
Field Office File#: 161B-HQ-23908 Bureau File#: 161B-HQ-23908
Tille: STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Character:
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Synopsis: Appointee interviewed. Check of Bureau of Vital
statistics failed tc revealed a record of Appointee's birth.
Education verified. Employments substantiated and comments
secured from employees. Residences verified and neighbors
interviewed. Associates recommended. Roommate interviewed.
Superior Court and u.s. District Court records checked and showed
a dismissal of all but one case. Law Enforcement Agency checks
conducted. Better Business Bureau checked.
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BIRTI:l
On March 7, 1991, records at the San Francisco
County Bureau of Vital Statistics contained no birth listing
for STEVEN JOBS.
On March 18, 1991, 1. San Francisco
County Social Services Adoption Un1t, could not veri_fy the
birth of STEVEN ?AUL JOBS on February 24, 1955. He advised
that information could be obtained through Adoptions Branch,
Public Information Number, State Department of Social Services,
Sacramento, 916/324-8044: That department has records of all
adoptions in the state.
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Contact w i th 1 1. Ad op t ions Bran ch , Sa te
Department of Social Services, at the above number, determined
requests for adoption have to be in writing,
directed to State Social Services, Adoptions Branch, 744 "P"
Street, Mail Station 1931, Sacramento, California.
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EDUCATION
On March 1, 1991, contact with Homestead High Schoo1
Registrar revealed records dating back more than ten years are
located in their district office.
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High School District, provided a copy of the transcript for
STEVEN P. JOBS. A review of this file disclosed STEVEN P. JOBS,
born February 24, 1955, enrolled at Homestead High School on
September 10, 1968. JOBS attended Homestead High School until
June 15, 1972, at which time he graduated. He earned an overall
grade point average of 2.65 on a 4.0 scale.
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AT REDWOOD CITY. CALIFORNIA
EMPLOYMENT
NeXT COMPUTER INC.
September 1985 to March 1991
on March 13, 1991J 1 1
NexT Computer !ne., 9oo
Drive, advised that she had known the Appointee since when
they were employed at Apple Computer. Her contact had been
professional and social. In Sentember of 1985. the Appojntee and
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formed NeXT Computer Inc. NeXT was a private California
ion, whose Board of Directors was made up of the
l PAT CRF.CINE, andl
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e a persan of high integrity who was ethical and honest. She
had never seen reason to question his character, associates,
reputation or loyalty. She had found him to be discreet and a
superb manager. She had never witnessed any bias or prejudice
and the Appointee was against any type of discrimination. The
Appointee was an advocate of equal opportunity and was very
employee oriented. She had never seen him use any kind of drugs
although he had admitted to using drugs in his youth. The
Appointee drinks occasionally, but only small amounts of wine.
The Appointee was well off and had more money that he could spend
in a lifetime and his chief concern was how that wealth would be
used after he was gene. The Appointee liked brainstorming and
was good at mediating. The Appointee understood the Japanese
culture and had a great deal of contact in dealing with companies
in the Orient. She was aware of nothing that would preclude him
for being considered for a position of trust and responsibility
and highly recommended him.
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telephonically contacted the writer in response tc an effort tc bS
locate and interview him at NeXT Computer Inc., on March 13, b
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1991. He advised that the Appointee was the President of NeXT
Computer Inc., 1 lthe Appointee founded NeXT in 1985, as
a private corporation. Their relationship went back toi lwhen
he workedl 1 at Apple Computer. He was
professionally and socially acquainted with the Appointee and
characterized the Appointee as an upfront individual who was work
oriented. The Appointee had spent most of his adult life working
in and around the Computer Industry and was not politically
active. He felt, however that the Appointee had a great deal of
skill in dealing with overseas companies in Asia and Europe, and
would be an asset tc the Government. The Appointee had always
conducted his business above board and teck pride in his
companies. The Appointee teck persona! interest in the employees
of the companies and was sympathetic tc problems and needs of
ethers. He had found the Appointee tc be adaptable tc the
situations at hand and felt he would make an excellent addition
tc any Board or Council. The Appointee had no prejudices or bias
against any race, religion or sex and was very much for equality
and competition. He felt the Appointee was personally
responsible and there was nothing in the Appointee's lifestyle
that was not in keeping with the Appointee's means. As near as
he knew the Appointee had investments in NeXT and PIXAR, which
were the two companies the Appointee was involved in. He had no
knowledge of current drug usage or alcohol abuse on the part of
the Appointee. He could think of nothing that would be
embarrassing tc the Appointee, and pointed that the Appointee had
a daughter out of wedlock and had admitted tc using drugs in the
past, but these were things that were common knowledge and there
was nothing he was aware of that was not public with regard tc
the Appointee's activities or associations. He had never been
given reason tc question the Appointee's character, associates,
reputation or loyalty and considered him a suitable candidate for
the appointment.
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On March 13, 1991,
NeXT Computer Inc., 900 Chesapeake
Drive, advised she had worked for the Appointee for approximately
1 1 She found him to be a fair and demanding employer.
She 1iked the fact that the Appointee was a motivator who was
interested in employee growth. She found him to be ethical and
forthright. He had no biases against any race, religion or sex
and was an advocate of equal opportunity. The Appointee was a
vegetarian and did not smoke or drink to her knowledge. She had
never seen any indications of drug usage and he appeared to be in
excellent health. She considered him to be of the highest
character, associates, reputation and loyalty. She was aware of
nothing that would preclude him from being considered for a
position of trust and responsibility and highly recommended the
Appointee.
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Computer Inc., 9oo Chesapeake
Drive, telephonically contacted the writer and advised that she
had to leave prier to the writer's arriva! at NeXT on March 13,
1991. She advised she had worked for the Appointee approximately
1 land bad found him to be very open and upfront. The
Appointee had extremely high standards and was demanding of his
employees. However, he treated people fairly and was considerate
of ethers problems and needs. She had seen no persona! habits
that were questionable and she considered him to be honest, loyal
and ethical. He had never exhibited any prejudices or biases
against any race, religion or sex and she had found him to be
fair and against any discrimination. The Appointee was very
responsible in all areas of his life and appeared to live well
within his means. There was nothing she was aware of that would
preclude him for being considered for a position of trust and
responsibility and she highly recommended him.
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On March 4, i991, ,
Computer, Inc., 20525
L..v_e_r_1 .... , p...Jpo i rite e wo r ked the re from Jan ua ry 1 , 1 9 7 7 un ti 1
September 20, 1985 as the Chairman anè Founder and no other information
was available.
On instant date, the secretary for 1
or AP,P 1 e Corn pute r , I ne . --="R-o-a""'d:-----'
stated thatl out of town for the next two weeks and
wou1d not available. for inte:view b:fore :a 18 -.· 9:1'. ;
She added/ ·however, _ _ _ 1
for the Company knew the Appo1n ee qu1 e wei an wou! e able o
comment on him.
On instant date,

for Apple Computer, Inc. was contacted and advised that the Appointee
had originally hired himl lyears ago to work at Apple and he
had nothing but the highest pra1se for. the Appointee who he considered
to be an individua1 of the highest character and ·He added
that he knew of nothirig which would reflect upon . the Appointee in a
negative manner, to include drug or alcohol abuse, which would be
out of character for the Appointee. He added, however, that the
Appointee when he was much younger may have experimented with drugs
during the 1ate sixties and early seventies, having corné from that
generation. In addition, he has never personally observed the Appointee
indicate that he is either biased or prejudiced in any way. He a1so
associates with reputable people. He recommended him highly for a
position of trust and confidence.
On instant date,l Computer,
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Inc. was also contacted at h1s employment and he stated he knew the
Appointee quite well and described him as an individual of excellent
character and integrity. He also stated that the reason the Appointee
was terminated from employment there was because of ... :
differences whiçh the Appqjntee had with j J
1 1. He knew of noth1ng wh1ch would retlect
upon the Appointee adversely, such as drug or He also b
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or prejudiced in any way and fhe Appointee associates with reputable
people. lie recommended him for a posi tian of trust and confidence.
On instant date, Apple
Computer, Inc. was contacted at her employment and she verified that
the Appointee had worked there durin9 the time in question. She
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characterized the Appointee as an excellent persan and a brilliant
computer scientist. She added that the Appointee enjoyed a good
reputation and she knew of nothing which would reflect upon him in
a negative manner, to include drug or alcohol abuse. She stated
that the Appointee had been teminated from the Company due to
differences in mana ement philosophies wi th
She also stated she had never seen the
ppol.n ee ex 1 1 1n any way bias or prej:udice toward anyone for
any rea son, racial o:t. other. She added the Appointee associa tes
with reputable people. She recommended him highly for a position
of trust and confidence with the Government.
On March 5, 19 91, 1 1 Apple
Computer,·' Inc. was comtacted at his employment and he stated the
Appointee had worked there during the time period noted above.
He described the Appointee as an individual of good moral character
and integrity, without any known problems such as drug or alcohol
abuse. He also stated he had never observed the Appointee exhibit
any type of bias or prejudice toward anyone. He also stated·1that
the Appointee associates with reputable people. He stated he had
rio reason not to recommend the Appointee for a position of trust
and confidence. He added that the Appointee left Apple because of
Philosophical in management style withl
1... He recommended the AppointeL..e-.,..f-o_r_a_n_y_p_o_s_l.,..., t,....J. .... o_n___.
1nvolving trust and confidence.
REFERENCE
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was contacted at his job b7c
Redwood City, California.
He characterized the Appointee as an individual of
excellent charcacter and reputation, without any known problems such
as drug or alcohol abuse, however, the Appointee may have
with drugs in the late sixties or eatly seventies. He added that he
had never observed thè.Appointee exhibit any form of bias or prejudice
toward anyone and that the Apointee enjoys a comfortable lifestyle and
associates with reputable people. He recommended him for a position
of trust and confidence with the Government.
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RESIDENCE
On March 4, was contacted at her residence
located at and she verified that the Appointee
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was her next ocr nelg or. e described him as a quièt and unassuming
individual who had never caused any problems as a neighbor and who
visitèdiher last week to enstire that sorne landscaping he was hair.ing
done would not cause any problems with her and her husband. She also
stated that he appeared to live a relatively spartan existence in
his home and she was unaware of any problems he might have with illicit
drugs or alcohol abuse. :he added that the neighbor on the ether
side of the Appointee, 1 L had invited the Appointee over
recently for a social gat erlng and may be able to comment on him,
as well. She -recommended him for a position of trust and confidence.
On ipstant date.l lwas contacted .at her home
located atl 1 and she verified that the Appointee
had moved in about a year aga. She did not, however, know the
Appointee well énough to comment as to his suitability for employment
with the Government, although he seemed to be a nice enough persan.
On instant.dètel was also contacted at his
home atl land he stated that although he was aware of
the Appolntee fiavlng moved into the neighborhood, he did not know
him at all and therefore could not comment as to his suitability
for employment.
On March 4, 1991, attempts were made to contact!
. 1 l supra; however, 1 lsta ted 1 lw as unaval!-:.
for interview and that she herself along Wlth fier husband were
tenants inl 1 home and were visiting from England. She
did not know the Appointee sufficiently as tb::.commen.t:.:rega::t.dihg:;his.
su±tability for employment with the Governmerit.
On March 4 1991,1 was contacted at his
residence at 1 : 1 and he stated he did not know the Appointee
but knew he had moved lnto the neighborhood. He stated he could
not comment as to his suitability for empl9yment.
On M.arch 7, 1991,1 who resides at D
1 contacted the San Jose Resident Agency of the Federal Bureau
of Investigation, responding to a message left for her and she verified
that the Appointee resided across the street from her. She stated
that he to be a reputable indiVidual although she did not
know him well that she knew of nothing which would reflect upon
him in a negative way, including drug or alcohol abuse. She stated
she had no reason not to recommend him for a position of trust and
confidence.
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AT WOODSIDE, CALIFORNIA
RESIDENCE
460 Mountain Home Road,
November, 1984 tb July, 1990
on March 13,
advised that the Appointee formerly resided at 460 Mountain Home
Road and that she used to get his mail as well as people looking
for his residence. Since the Appointee's residence was not
located directly on Mountain Home Road, most people were not able
to locate it without directions. She added that the dates
November, 1984 to July, 1990 sounded plausible and that he did . in
fact live there. She did not have any personal contact and could
not comment as to his suitability for a presidential appointment.
On March 13, 1991, efforts to locate anyone at 485 and
475 Mountain Home Road met with negative results.
on March 13, 1991, 1
advised that she did not know the Appo1ntee as a ne1ghbor, even
though he had lived in the area but that her husband knew the
Appointee through his computer business. She added that her
husband was out of town and would contact the writer upon his
return.
on March 13, 1991,1 l,
telephonically located the writer in response to a note that was
left at his residence and advised that he knew the Appointee as a
former resident at 416 Mountain Home Road. The Appointee was a
good person and a good neighbor. He advised that the period from
1984 to 1990 sounded correct and that he was aware of nothing
that would preclude the Appointee from being considered for a
position of trust and responsibility. The Appointee was a very
public figure and there had been rouch written about the Appointee
but he had never seen anything personally in the way of personal
habits, activities or associations that would be of a negative
nature. He was happy to recommend the Appointee. ·
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on March 14, 1991,1 l
1 advised that the Appointee formerly lived at 460 Mountain
from 1984 to 1990 when he moved to Palo Alto to be b6
close to his daughter. She and her husband had met the Appointee b7c
through their son-in-law, They had had the
Appointee over for dinner and he didn't appear to drink or smoke.
He was a vegetarian and did a great deal of jogging. They never
saw as much of the Appointee as they liked since he was a very
intense worker and spent a great deal of time with his work. She
considered him to be a wonderful individual and was aware of
nothing that would preclude him from being considered for a
position of trust and responsibility. The Appointee was well off
and didn't appear to be a big spender. The Appointee had kept
the house at 460 Mountain Home Raad and planned to build
something on that property at a later date. She considered him
to be of the highest character, associates, reputation and
loyalty and he had never seen any indication of drug usage,
prejudice, or unethical behavior on his part. She highly
recommended him.
on March 16, 1991,
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former resident at 460 Mountain Home Raad from approximately 1984 b7c
to 1990. He had also with the Appointee a couple of times in
his position as president and CEO of MIPS Computer Systems Inc.,
sunnyvale, California. He was aware of nothing negative with
regard to the Applicant's residency in Woodside, California, and
had never had any unfavorable dealings with the Appointee. As
far as he knew the Applicant enjoyed a good reputation and was a
persan of good character, reputation and associates. He had
never seen any indication of drug usage or alcoholic abuse and he
was aware of nothing in the Appointee's lifestyle that would not
be commensurate with the Appointee's means. He could think of
nothing that would preclude the Appointee from being considered
for a position of trust and responsibility.
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AT LOS GATOS, CALIFORNIA
ASSOCIATES
On at
his ernployment at and he
was advised as to the nature a vised as
follows. He did not request
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the Appointee as an individual who was not totally forthright and
honest and has a tendency ta dis tort .reali ty ioo achieve
his goals. He offered a comparison in that he has high
et.hical standards and doès business ·:wi:th people .. usJ.n his standard,
however, the Appointee will twist the truth in order to achieve
whatever goal he has set for himself. He therefore considered the
Appointee to be a deceptive person.
He provided an example of this deceptive characteristic
of the Appointee. J
He also advisedl
he had heard reports from
the Appointee that he freely used illicit drugs during his college
tenure, to include marijuana and LSD. He never actually observed
the Appointee use any drugs or consume alcohol to excess.
He also stated the Appointee while living with his
· · d had a daughter out of wedlock. This woman's
name is and their daughter who was probablyl lor
now was ca ed 1 1. He advised t heir
the Appointee mistreated bothl____jand her
daughter, by not supporting them; however, he unàerstands that he
has, of làte, been more supportive of his daughter and her mother.
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r---------. He added tha 1: along the se same li nes, an indi vidual named
also be able to shed more li ht on the A ointee
this relationshi he had with
ointee well
can bs still reached
at Apple still; and
He concluded by saying that although he does not consider
the Appointee to be a persona! friend; he believed the Appointee has
what it takes to assume a high level political position within the
Government, which in his opinion, honesty and integrity are not
prerequisites to assume such a position. He therefore recommended
the Appointee for a position of trust and confidence for the
Goverrunent.
1991, ,
Ge ne ra 1 Magic , In c • 1 oc at ec1 L...-a-:-t--:-4-:-4-:-4----.,.C_a_s_t_r_o-.J
Street in Mountain View, California, was contacted .a:na known the
Appointee sincel land met him while they were employed at Apple
and worked closely with the Appointee froml 1
when he left Apple. He stated the Appointee left Apple in Septernber,
1985 under less than desirable circumstances. He explained that he
understood that the Appointee was fired
1 b however, since he had already left the
Cornpany, '- he only knew what he had ·heard and was reported in the media.
He added that he has remained friends with the Appointee and described
him as an individual who was extremely strongwilled and stubborn. He
added that from a positive perspective, the Appointee is also a very
hardworking and driven individual and is successful as a.':-resul t of b
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these qualities but thése same qualities act to his detriment in
other respects such as in his personal relationships. He has never
personally observed the Appointee altohbl.
He believed that other than what he noted above, . the Appointee is an
individual of good character and integrity; however, he qualified
the Appointee's integrity that as long as the . Appointee gets his way.
He added that the Appointee lives within his means financially, however,
his means are considerable and the Appointee is worth at least cne
hundred million dollars. He also believed the Appointee associates
with reputable people and recommended him for a position of trust and
confidence with the Governrnent.

On .. instant date,L------------------------------------------J
General Magic, Inc., 444 Castro Street, Mountain View,
California was contacted at his and he stated he has known
the AEpointee for the pastl
1 ; 1 He stated that the Appointee is an individual
of good character arid reputation and that he also is a man of integrity,
providing he gets his way. He knows of nothing· which would · ref lect b6
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upon the Appointee in a negative way, to include drug and/or alcohol ·
abuse. He added that he hàs never observed the Appointee express
any prejudicial or racist sentiments and considers him to be fairly .
open minded. He added that the Appointee lives within his considerable
means, financially and·associates with reputable people. He recommends
the Appointee for a position of trust and confidence with the Government.
He the Appointee as
an individual of good character and integrity and knows-of nothing
which would reflect upon the Appointee in a negative way, to include
drug or alcohol abuse. He added that the is a loyal u.s.
citizen and has never expressed any bias or prejudice toward anyone
for whatever reason, racial or other. He stated the Appointee lives
within his means and associates with reputable people. He recommended
the Appointee for a position of trust and confidence with the Government.
instant da
e ppo1.n ee
althcugh the Appointee is basically an honest
he is a very complex individu.al and his moral
He stated he is no longer friends
tOWard hlffi an(l al.ieno.ted,
1 1 He explained ·that
did not receive any stock as a resu , w 1c wou
quite wealthy. He stated the Appointee alienated
people at Apple, as a result of his ambition. He added that the
Appointee is technically oriented but is in the opinion of many,
not an engineer, since he never actually got an engineering degree
from College and has been successful in business by delegating
tasks to people. In this respect, he considers the Appointee a
successful iridividual and has what it takes to succeed in politics, to
include governmental politics.
"He advised that the A
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me High Schoo and they were high school sweetheatts.
He added that b thé a bjby girl out of wedlock,
whose name was She is about years cld new and was
born in Il or He added th a lhas been men tioned
in which have been written about the Appointee but has
always used assumed names so as to protect her daughter from the
possibility of being kidnapped for ransom. He stated she would be
reluctant to speak to the FBI, based upon her negative experiences
with the Appol.ntee, J.n Wlll.(,;ll l.llt:: ... :nr.\-=-norl h;:....-
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and her daughter; however, lately, the Appointee has been more
supportive of both of them and has even purchased a home near
where the Appointee resides, for them to be close to him.
He stated that although he does not consider the Appointee
a friend now, he belièves the Appointee could succeed in any
political position, based upon his .rnethod of operation. He added
that he has never observed the Appointee use illicit drugs or
.abuse alcohol and that he associates with reputable people. He
added that he had never observed the Appointee express any racist
sentiments and would recommend him for a position of trust and
· confidence with the Government .
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California, was contacted at his employment. He statFd he
known the Appointee sinceland the Appointee
had an interest in the Company. He described the Appointee as an
individual of good character and integrity . . He stated he knows
personally of nothing wh±ch would upon the Appointee in a
negative way, to include drug or alcohol abuse. He added, however,
that it is well documented in books concerning the Appointee, that
he used drugs freely while in Càllege and in the early days at
Apple. He considers the Appointee to be a loyal citizen and
a competent individual. He added that he had never observed the
Appointee to be in any way biased or prejudiced toward anyone for
any reason, racial or O'bherwise. He recommended hirn for a position
. of trust and confidence with the Government.
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AT SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
ASSOCIATE
On March 18 1991,
1 ( 1755 __ c_a_d_e_r_o __ R_o_a_d __ , __ P_a_l_o __ A_l_t_o __
California, telephonically contacted the writer and advised that
he had been an associate of the Appointee's sincel 1 He was
in the marketing and consulting business and was active in doing
work for the Appointee when Apple Computer was formed. He
described the Appointee as a very genuine person who was
extremely creative. He had never been given reason to question
the Appointee's character, associates, reputation or loyalty. He
had been in the Appointee's home and had had the Appointee in his
home and had never encountered any drug usage on the Appointee's
part and the Appointee's consumption of alcohol had always been
minimal. The Appointee was wealthy and lived well within his
means. He·had never seen any prejudice or bias on the
Appointee's part against any race, religion or sex. He felt the
Appointee would make a good representative and was very
knowledgeable in the area of computers. He was personally aware
of nothing that would reflect unfavorably on the Appointee with
regard to the Appointee's activities or associations and he was
happy to recommend the Appointee.
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AT FALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA
She described the Appointee as a
person of great character who associated with high integrity
people and all of his associates she had met, were reputable.
The Appointee drank only a little wine and did not use any kind
of illegal drugs. She felt he was very responsible in the area
of his finances and she could think of nothing in his activities
or associations that would be considered questionable. She had
never seen any evidence of prejudice or bias on his part against
any race, religion or sex and felt he was for equality and
against discrimination. She had never been given reason to
question his character, reputation or loyalty. She felt he would
make an excellent re resentative for the countr and hi hl
recommended him.
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AT REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA
SUPERIOR COURT RECORDS
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On March 14, 1991,1 Records, SUperior .b6
Court for San Mateo County pro*ided the file régarding STEVEN b7c
· PAUL JOBS, number 319154. A review of this file revealed on ..
cornplaint was file by Woodside Design Associates,
Inc., et al vs. Apple Cornputers, Inc., et for declaratory
bad faith deniai of existence of contract, breach of
contract, fraudtilent rnisrepresentation, negligent rnisrepresentation,
conspiracy, interference with contract, interference with prospective .
economie· advantage; and punitive damages; JOBS was named · as an
Officer of Apple Computer. A· disrnis:sal· -wàs filed bn::. septemberr· 6,
prejudice (cannat file again) entire action.
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AT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA
COURT RECORDS
On March 18, 1991, the records of the Santa .Clara
County Superior Court were reviewed and the following information
obtained:
Case Number 584898
Apple Computer, Inc.
vs. r---------------·
Steven P. Jobs
The original complaint in this matter was filed
Septernber 23, 1985, alleging that Defendants planned
the formation of an enterprise to compete with Apple Computer,
lured top executives away from Apple Computer to head up the .
new enterprise, sold Apple stock under false pretenses in arder
to finance new enterprise, and planned to use Apple technology
which would be a misappropriation of confidential and proprie-
tary information. On January 21, 1986, after an out of court
settlement was reached, case was dismissed without prejudice.
Case Number ,41354
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vs.
Steven Jobs/NeXT, Inc.
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Original com:lain: ::s filed in this matter on
October 23. 1987, t alleging she left IL. __________ _.
Apple Co pate go with JOBS/NeXT, Inc. at
a year, plus a large stock option. She stated she
had the irn ression that the 'ob would be lon
contract.
JOBS' reply to the allegation was that he offered her
the job with NeXT, Inc.; however, he did not make her leave
Apple. She accepted the position in September, 1985, but had
great difficulty getting people to work for Other positions
were offered ta her at the same salary, but none of them were
acceptable to her.
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15, 1989, a judgment was fileà against
L..l ______ ___.lin the amount of $11.,698.19. An appeal was filed
by ._1 __ _,1 but has since been disrnissed.
On 15, 1991, records of U.S. District Court,
San Jose, California, were reviewed with regard to file c84-
20148 RPA. This file consisted of ten volumes, only five of
which could be located. Volume one containing the original
ccmplaint and details of the matter was one of the unavailable
volumes. As a result
1
a copy of the docket waa obtained, as
it was the only document available which gives a history of
the case. It is noted that STEVEN P. JOBS is mentioned as a
defendant in the case, and the case is still pending. The
copy of the docket . is attached hereto and considered a part of
this communication.
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C-84-20158 RPJ\
C-84-20149 RP/\
C-84-20148 RPl\
MILBERG WEISS BERSHJ\D SPECTIIRIE
& LERACH (Co-Lead Counsel)
2000 Central savings Tower
225 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 231-1058
BERGER & MONTAGUE (CO-Lead Counsel)
1622 Locust Street
Philodelphio, Ph 19103
(215) 875-3000
BARRACK, RODOS &
Suite 2100
1845 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 963-0600





KOHN, SAVETT, MARION & GRAF
1214 IVO Duilding
1700 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
ATTORNEYS
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PETTIT &
Michael F. Perlis
Alvin L. Fishman
I'ùlll<.::tç>. J.
101 California st,
San Francisco,
(415) 434-4000
FOR: Arthur Rock,
Schlein, Peter O.
E. Singleton
35th Floor
94111
Philip S.
Cris?, Henr·
fiELLr:R, EIIRMAN, 1\'!HTE &
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333 Dush Street
San CA. 94104-287
(41.5) 772-riOOO
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llC-111 IRev.
MAR 20 '91 11 :58 PAGE.06
.i.:l re
:·?ETHii\L üHDER No. l: Order of consolidation with C-84-20148 HPA,
q-21114'J RPA & C-84-20158 RPA;. all subsequently relateù actions t•
:::J :i:.;nlidated, if no objections are filed
' _; ·:'IPULL\'f'ED AND ORDER: Protective orcler re: confidential informati•
:;roducecl by 3rd party depodent DataguGst (see originùl document f,
·. t:.\ .L 1 s)
i' 1 ,J.intiff' s let ter to clerk re: Court dates
jc fcndants Arthur Rock, P. s. Schlein, P. O. Crisp & 11 .• E. Singlet
;) .:) tiCe Of motion for surnmary judgment; hearing 3-29-85 at 9
- mcrno of points & authorities in support of #4
- declaration of Alvin L. Fishman
declaration of Arthur Rock
- declùration of Philip S. Schlein
declaration of Henry E. Singleton
- declaration of Peter O. Crisp
RECEIVED: Proposed ordGr & judgment
:! Defendants A. Rock, P. Schlein, P. Crisp & H. declara:
of Philip s. Schlein
12 STIPULATION AND OROER: order re: matèrial confidentiaJ
be designated "Confidential Material" by counsel & place under se
(see orginial document for details)
13 Party John L. Rbller's certificate re; confidentiality
11 Plaintiff's amended notice of 3rd party deposition & request for
duction of documents of Venrock Associatos on 3-1-85-issued
15 : Defendant's memo of points & authorities in opposition to
: ctismiss the counterclaim; 3-29-85 at 9
l6! Plaintiff's memo of points & authorities in opposition to
.sur:un.J.ry judgment; 3-29-85 at 9, UNDER SEAL, Shalf
17 Defendants Venrock Associates's(3RD Party) notice of deposition &
requ8sts for production of documents
l8 .Plaintiff's notice of Jrd party deposition of Morris Decision Sys
& requests for production of documents
20 19 Defendants A. Rock, P. Schlein, P. O'Crisp & Dr. Singleton's repl:
memo in support of motion for summary j\1dgmcnt: 3.-29-85 ùt <)
15* 20 Dofendant's reply memo of points & authorities in supoort of matie
partial judgment; 3-29-85 at 9
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PI..AINTIFF DEFENDANT ·
C-84-20148 (A)
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IN RE: APPLE
SECURITIES
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Suite 700, 4 Penn Center
16th & JFK Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 977-8899
COTCHI!:TT & ILLSTON
susan Illston
San Francisco Airport Office Center
840 Malcolm Rd. , Ste 200
Burlingame, CA. 94101
(415) 697-6000
LOVITT HANNAN, INC.
900 Front St., Ste 300
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(415)362-8769
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Defendant's declaration of Meryl Macklin in support of .#20
Plaintiff's reply memo in support of motion to dismiss counterclain
at 10
Plaintiff's reply rnemo in support of #22
MINUTES: (C/R Lavonne Fraboni) Plaintiff's motion for class certifie
ation, granted; motion to dismiss counterclaim & motion for
judgment, denied; pretrial 5-12-86 at 2; 6-16-86 at 9 for trlal &
9-12-85 at 1:30 for Rule 16 conference; discovery close 4-l-86 RPA
Defendant's 2nd set of contention interroqatories
OROER: The motion of defendants A. Rock., P.S. Schlein, P.O. Crisp &
H.E. Singleton for summary judgment is denied in its entirety RPA
ORDER: Defendant's motion for summary judgment as to the Cohns &
those similarly situated, is denied RFA
!
ORDER: Plaintiffs William Schneider, Charles & Jeanne Cohn & Estelle
Ellis are hereby certified to represent a plaintiff class & this
/ action shall proceed as a plaintiff class action; The attorneys of
record for the narned plaintiff are hereby appointee as counsel RPA
Plaintiff's proof of service re: #28
Plaintiff's amended response to 2nd set of interrogatories
Plaintiff's discovery conference statement
32 Defendants P.S. Schlein, A. Rock & P.O. Crisp's statement for Rule
16 conference; 9-12-85 at 1:30
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12
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23
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Jan 6
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34
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! 35
36
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- supplemental statement re: Rule 16 conference; 9-12-85 at 1:30
ORDER: Rule 16 conference agenda
RPA
MINUTES: (C/R R.Pastorino) Rule 16 discovery conference held & orde1
submitted RPA
Plaintiff's notice of change of address re: Alvin J. Ivers
ORDER re
propQsed
no later
l-31.-86.
class notice and Rule 16 1.1pdate. Plaintiffs shall prepare
class notl.ce and submit i.t to defendants fQr their conunents
th?.n 1-13-86. A joint statement shall be fi1ed no later th
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Plaintiffs' interrogatories, set no. 2
Parties joi.nt supplemental Rule 16 statement
Defendants' responses to 2nd set of interrogatories
Plaintiff
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s affidavit of Jeanne A. Markey in support of motion tc
extend discovery eut-off and trial dates
Defendants
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proof of service re# 40
RECEIVED: Defendants' motion to extend discovery eut-off and tr
dates
14 43 Plaintiffs' notice of hearing that they will move the court on -
3-14-86 at 9 am to extend discovery eut-off and trial dates
28 44 Defendanc•s rnemo in opposition to motion to extend discovery
cut-ofÏ and trial dates; 3-14-86, 9 am
RECEIVED: Proposed order
Har 3 45
1
Plaintiffs' notice of depositions as to Richard 3-4-86, S
Randall Battat,, 9:30 ami Lawrence Tesler, 3-12 and 13, lS
9:30 am and Howard Furer, 3-19-86, 9:30 am
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13
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46 Plaintiff•s reply memo Ln further support of motion to extend
discovery eut-off and trial 3-14-86, 9 am
47 Parties stipulation re entry of findings and arder directing clas
notice
48 MINUTES:
discovery
2-9-87 at
12-31-86;
9-30-86
(3-14-86){CR: Jan· Hammerman) ;Plaintiff's motion to
eut-off and trial dates granted. Case continued to
2 pm for pretrial; 2-16-87, 9 am for trial; discovery c
Defendants to submit certain answers to intcrrogatorics
49 ORDER AND FINDINGS DIRECTING GLASS NOTICE
19 50 Plaintiffs• notice of depositions all at 9:30 am as to David Bowrn
on /1-/1-86, Hilfred lloude, 4-9 and 10, 1986, Robert Erickson, 4-16
17, 1986 and David Craft, 4-22-86.
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notice executed 3-21-86
Apr 21 52 -notice Of L. 5-9-96,
9:30am; Joseph P. Roebuck, 5-14-86 and 5-15-86, 9:30 am; Barry H.
Smith; 5-21-86 and 5-22-85, 9:30 am and Stan DeVaughn, 5-29-86 and
5- 30-86, 9:30am
53 - amended notice of deposition of Robert Erickson on 4-29-86 and
4-30-86 at 9:30 am
May 28 54 EXCLUSION REQUEST by Margot G. Charles (part of Notice of Certi-
fication of plaintiff class form)
Jun
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REQUEST by Claire N. Mangasarian
REQUEST by Herbert Lecovin
fXCLUSION REQUEST by Karin Peterson
DEPOSITION of Richard Jordan, 3-4-86
Plaintiff
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s notice of depositions as to David Craft, 6-ll-86, 9:30 aJ
Roebuck, 6-16 and 6-17, 9:30am; Peter W. Cressman, 6-27-86,
9:3Cl am
60 EXCLUSION REQUEST by John Wilcoxson
16 61 EXCLUSION REQUEST by Michael E. Tcrek
24 RECEIVED; Exclusion request of Avcral 8rady and John Brady
26 62 pefandants
1
notice of change of address of counsel
Jul 7 EXCLUSION REQUEST by Jean Lombard
9 63 notice of deposition as to Wayné Rosing, 7-29-86 and
7-30 and 7-31 (no time specificd)
17 64 - notice of doposition of Paul Oali on 7-16-86, am
ŒCEIVED: Exclusion request, Marion Waddell
23 Letter of 7-16-86 by .James Parente to Sh8rrie Savett with
'"'C to USDC
Plaintiff
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s notice of depositions as to Deme Clainos.Aug. 26 -27, '86
9:30am and G8ne Cart8r, September 4-5, 1986, 9:30am
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67 - notice of depositions of Timothy Hawkins, 8-15-1986, 9:30 am
:John Couch, 8-20 and 21, 1986, 9:30 am
68 - amended notice of depositions as to Timothy Hawkins, 8-15-86
9 am and John Couch, 8-20, 21 and 22, 1986, 9:30 am
25 RECEIVED: Exclusion request of Geneva Redmon
Sep 8 69 OROER: Defendants' l\pple Computer, Inc., ..,.., Sculley, Yocam,
P.oude, couch, Carter, Zerbe, Markkula and Vcnnard may withdraw t
-Counterclaim asserted in their Amended Answer without prGjudice
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ORPER: Re Length of memorandum
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Defendants' memo in support of motion for summary judgment 10/17
· 9:00am
:oefendants' Apple Computer Statement of Material facts not in di
i 10/17/86, 9:00am
· i Defendants' Apple Computer Notice of Motion for summary judgment
· 10/17/86, 9:00am
Declaration of J. ::' Hay den in support of #73
- Exhibits to #74
Appendix of exhibits to #74
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Declaration of I<. R. zerbe in support of #7 3
- Declaration of J. Seul ley in support of #73
Declarë:ttion of w. Rosing ln support of #7 3
- Declaration of M. Muller ln 5upport of #73
Declaration of A. c. Markkula, Jr., in support
of.#73
- Declaration of w. J. Houdc in support of #73
- Declaration of s. P. Jobs in support of #7 3
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Declaration of J. D. Couch in support of #73
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Declaration of G. P . Carter in support of #73
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Declaration of R. Bal: t.:1 t in support of #7."3
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Defendants' Apple Computer declaration of J. Vennard in support of
motion for summary judgment
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86 - Declaration of D. w. Yocarn in support of #73
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29 87
Oct 1 88
8 89
Oct 7 90
Oct 20 91
RECEIVED: Notice of certification of a plaintiff class action {Glady
Rhein)
Proof of service re stipulation and order setting briefing schedule
executed 9-29-86
--RECEIVED stipulation and order
ORDER AND STIPULATION: Setting Schedule as follows: Plaintiffs'
Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Surnmary Judgrnent due Nov. 3, _
1986; Defendants' Rep1y due by Nov. 21, 1986; Hearing date for
Dèfendants' Motion for Summary Judgment is Dec. 5, 1986 at 10;30
am. RPA
P1aintiffs' Second Supplernèntal Response to Defendants' Contetltion
Interrogatories (FILED. UNDER SEAL)
P1aintiffs' Notice of Taking Depositions of the 1o11owing:
Frederick M. Hoar on Oct. 8, 9 & 10, 1986 at 9:30 am.
John Vennard on Oct. 15, 16 & 17, 1986 at 9:30 am.
Joe Graziano on Oct. 29 - 30, 1986 at 9:30 am.
Delbert W. Yocam on Oct. 30 - 31, 1986 at 9:30 am.
E. Floyd Kvanune on Nov. 6 - 7, 1986 at 9:30am.
John Sculley on Nov. 18 - 19, 1986 at 9:30 am.
Peter o. Crisp on Nov. 20 - 21, 1986 at 9:30 am. No Subpeonas
Issued.
Defendants nock, Schlein, Crisp and Sing1eton's Memorandum in
Support of Defendants' MOTION for Summary Judgment.
20 RECEIVED: Proposed Order by Defendants re: MOTION for Sumrnary Judg-
ment.
21 92
24 93
Oct 31 94
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Defendants Rock, Schlein, Crisp and Singleton's Proof of Service of
#91.
Defendants Rock, Schl0in, Crisp and Singleton's Arnendeà Proof of
Service of # 91.
Plaintiffs' Notice of Taking Depositions of: Kenneth R. Zerbe on
Nov. 5 - 6, 1986 ac 9:30am. A.C. Markkula, Jr. on Nov. 17, Dec.l
Dec. 8, 1986 Michael Muller on Nov. 25 -26, 1986. Philip s.
Schlein on Dec. 2- 3, 1986 --.S••••h;P:..,.'.Job&..;.: .. Dec;. 2 .. 4, 1986
Dr. Henry E. Sine1Prnn nn 10 -11, 1986 and Arthur Rock on Dec
15 - 16, 1986. No Subpoenas issued.
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Plaintiffs' Co-Lead Counsel's LETTER dated Nov. 6, 1986 to Judge
Aguilar re: filing of Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment
and noting that are filing a corrected copy of Plaintiffs'
Second Supplemental Response to Defendants' Contention I ntcrrogs
tories.
Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Support of MOTION to Strike Defendants'
Declarations in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment.
-Second Supplemental Response to Defendarits' Contention Interrogé
tories. (CORRECTED) (FILED UNDER SEAL)
-Memorandum in Opposition to Apple Computer and the Officer Defer
dants' MOTION for Summary Judgment (FILED UNDER SEAL)
Plaintiffs' Declaration of Frederic F. Nagel, III in Opposition t
Defendants' MOTION for Summary Judgment, Vol. 1 with Exhibits 1
40 attached. (FlLED UNDER SEAL)
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I -Declaration of Frederic F. Nagel, III in Oppœtion to Defendantf
MOTION for Summary Judgment, Vol. 2 with Exhibits 41 - 90 attacl
l (FILED UNDER SEAL)
-Declaration of Frederic F. Nagel, III in Opposition to Def endan1
MOTION far Surnmary Judgment, Vol. 3 with Exhibits 90A - 148
attached. (FILED UNDER SEAL)
-Declaration of Frederic F. Nagel, III in Opposition to
MOTION for Summary Judgment, Vol. 4 with Exhibits 149 - 181 ·
attached. (FILED UNDER SEAL)
Nov 10*103 l Plaintiffs' Ex Parte Application for Leave to File Memorandum
Exceeding 25 pages. Dec. 5, 1986 at 9:00 am.
10 104 -Memorandum in Oppostion to the. Outside Director Dcfendants' MOT
for Summary J udgment. (FILED UNDER SEAL)
Nov 13 105 Defendant Peter Crisp's Arnendeù Responses to Plaintiffs' First s,
of Interrogatories.
Nov 12* RECEIVED: Letter from Frederic F. Nagel, III dated Nov. 10, 1986
Nov
noting that Exhibit 172 of the Declaration of Frederic Nagel fil
in Oppos i. c.ion. to Motion for Summary .Judgment was actually submi t
as Exhihit 115. Attached to the lctter is a one page notation t c
be inserted in the Declaration which directs one to look at Exhj
115 for Exhibit 172.
106 Plaintiffs' Dc<:laration of John B. 'l'orkclscn in Supnorr,; of PLlin-
ti .f. f s • 'i.n Lu • Mo : l.n i · ol.-
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P-ROCEEDINGS
Defendants Rock, Crisp, Schlein and Singleton's Rep1y Memorandum
in Support of Outside Directors' MOTION for Summary Judgment.
Defendants' Memorandum in Opposition to Plaintiffs' MOTION to
Strike Defendants' Declarations.
- Application for Leave to File Reply Memorandum in Excess of 25
pages.
RECEIVED; Defendants' Proposed Order re; filing of Memorandum in
Excess of 25 pages.
RECEIVED: Defendants' Memorandum in Excess of 25 pages, in
of Motion -for Summary Judgment.
support
Defendants' Declaration of A.C. Markkula, Jr. in Support of MOTION
for Summary Judgment with Exhibits 1 - 6.
- Declaration of Christopher M. Patti in Support of MOTION for
Summary Judgment with Exhibits 1 - 39.
21 112 - Proof of Service re:l08, 109, llO and lll.
Nov 21 113 Plaintiffs' Declaration of John B. Torkelsen in Support of Memoran-
dum in Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment, witl
corrected Exhibit B, Exhibits A - B attached.
26 114
26 115
26 116
26 117
26 118
26 119
N<;>v 20 120
28 121
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Defendant Rock's Arnended Responses to Plaintiffs' First Set of
Interrogatories.
Defendant Singleton's Amended Responses to Plaintiffs' First Set o
Interrogatories.
Defendant .Schlein's Amended Responses to Plaintiffs' First Set of
Interrogatories.
Plaintiffs' First Request for Production of Objects for Inspection
Examination and testing directed to Defendants.
- First Request for Admissions Propounded upon all Defendants.
- Interrogatories, Set number Three, directed to Defendant Apple
Computer and to Individual Defendants with Exhibit A.
Dc:fcndo.nea Qut:o:idc Di.rooeors
1
(Roc\r., Schl t:>:Î.n, r...-; .<:"f\ ;.1-nr1 <>t"nn)
Interrogatories directed to Plaintiffs.
Plaintiffs' Exhibit Errata Sheet in Support of Platintiffs' Mernora
dum in Oppoaition t:o Apple Computer and Offict:>r
MOTION for Summary Judgment. FILED UNDER SEAL
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122 Plaintiffs' Rebuttal Memorandum in Opposition to Defcndants'
MOTION for Summary Judgment.
123 - Memo.randum in Response to De.fendam:s' Memorandum in Oppositio·
ti Plaintiffs' MOTION to Strike Defendants' Declaration.
124 - Supplemental Video Tape Interrogatory to all Defendants.
12.:1 V.KlJC.K: l:i UL .Lu OlJJ:IV:;>.l..L.lvLL LU
Motion for Summary Judgment to a strict 90 page maximum. Denyin
Defendants' Application to file an oversized reply brief of 71
pages; allowing them to file an oversized brief of 45 page maxi
mum. Plaintiffs' Brief in Opposition to Defendants' MOTION for
Sumrnary Judgment is due by Dec. 26. 1986 by 5:00pm. Defendants
reply brief by Jan. 2, 1987 by 5:00 pm. Oral argument is set fa
Jan. 9 , 19 8 7 at 9 : 0 0 am. Rl? A
126 Plaintiff ElsieWagner Letter dated Dec. 1, 1986 requesting infot
tien on the status of the case.
RECEIVED: Exclusion Request of AJ.fred ...Lrulrence .dat.e..d Oec.
Dec 29 127 Plaintiffs' Amended Declaration of John B. Torkelsen in Support
Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to Defendants' Motion for
Summary Judgment.
Dec 29 128 - Memorandum in Oppositon to Apple and Officer Defendants' Matie
for Summary Judgment. (FILED UNDER SEAL)
. 30 129 Plaintiffs' Supplemental Declaration of Frederic F. Nagel, III i
Opposition to Apple and Officer Defendants' Motion for Summary
Judgment (FILED UNDER SEAL)
1987
Jan 2
2
2
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130 Defendants Apple and Officers' Notice of Motion to Strike Portic
of Plaintiffs' Memomorandum in Opposition to Sumrnary Judgment
Motion. (hearing date Jan. 9, 1987)
131
132
133
134
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- Memorandum in Support of Motion to Strike Portions of Plaintif
Memorandum in Oppositon to Summary Judgment Hotion.
- Declaration of Pual W. ·sugarman in Support of Motion co
- Reply Memorandum in Support of Motion for Summary
- Supplcmental Declaration of Christopher M. Patti in Support of
Morion for Summary Judgment.
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7 138
7 139
7 140
7 141
7
8 142
Jan 9 143
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PROCEEDINGS
Defendants Outside Directors' Response ta Plaintiff's First Reques1
for Admissions directed to all Defendants.
- Response to Plaintiff's for Production of Objects.
Defendants Apple and Directors' Response to Plaintiffs' First
Request for Production of Objects.
- Respanses to Plaintiffs' Interrogatories No. 8- 10 directed to
Defendant Apple and to the Individual Defendants - Set # 3 .
- Response to Plaintiffs' First Request for Admissions.
Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to Defendants Apple and
Officers' Motion to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' Memorandum in
Opposition to Defendants' Sumrnary Judgment Motion.
RECEIVED: Proposed Order Denying Defendnats• Motion to StrikG
Portions of Plaintiffs' Brief.
Plaintiffs' Memorandum in Opposition to Defendants Apple and
Officers' Motion to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' Memorandum in
Opposition to Defendants' Summary Judgment Motion with Attachment
MINTUES: (1/9/87) Defendants' Motions for Summary Judgment and to
Stike heard/Motion to Strike -Denied, Motion for Summary Judgment
submitted. Order to be prepared by Court. Trial and Pretrial
Conference dates . are vacated, Court will set trial setting, confe
ence dates in its Order ruling on Motions. C/R: Jo Ann Bryce RFA
Jan 13 144 Defendant5 Apple and Officers' Responses to Plaintiffs' Supple-
mental Videotape Interrogatoriy to all Defendants.
13 145 - Responses to Plainitffs' Interrogatories No. 1 - 7 and 12 - 14,
Set No. 3.
Jan 14 Clerk forwarded Exclusion Request of Alfred Laurence to Plaintiffs
counsel Milberg, Weiss, Bershad this date. CLERK
Jan 21 146 Plaintiffs' objections to outside Directors' interrogatories to
re: Peter o. Crisp
Feb 17 147 TRANSCRIPT of 1/9/87
27 148 Defcndants' response to plaintiffs' interragatary no. 11 and
supplemental responses to interrogataries no.2 and 12 addressed to
defendants' apple computer, and ta the individual defendants - set
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Apr JO 149 llefendants' motion for summary judgment nn th€ issue of
cienter is DENIED. RPA
.ay 8 150 Grasberger to clerk re: publication
19 51
20 152
21 153
IPULATION & ORDER: Plaintiffs' may fle a motion for partial
econsideration of the Courts' arder granting in large part
cfendants' motion for summary judgment to 5/26/87. RFA
Plaintiffs' ex-uarte application for leavc to file brief in
25 pages ·
DER: Plaintiffs' may file a merno in excess of 40 pages.
27 154 Plaintiffs' memo in support of motion for reconsideration of orde
partially granting rnotion for sunnnary judgment (FILED üNDER _SEi\LI!:
155 - Declaration of J"effifer Imes in support of for recons
of order nartially granting r:1otion for summary judgment 7/10/87,
9:00am (FILSD UNDER SEALED)
156 Plaintiffs' motion for reconsideration of arder partially grantir
motion for surmnary judgmenc 7/10/87, 9:OOam (FILED UNDER SEi\LED)
137 - Appendix of cases
Jun 12 158 Plainciffs' Notice of Notion & Motion for partial sur.117lary judgmer
7 Il 0 1 8 7 , 9 : 0 0 am
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159 Plaintiffs' scatement of material facts not in dispute (FILED UN[
SEALED)
160 Plaintiffs' memo in support of #158 (UNDER SEALED)
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161
162
163
- Declaration of Frederic F. Nagel III in support of #158 (UNl
SEALED)
ORDER: That Apple Computer, and officer defendants may file Q
single brief not more than 50 pages respond ta motion for recons
of 4/29/29 surnrnary judgment ordcr & for partial surrnnary judgment
Defcndants' Outside director mcrno in opposition to for
& for partial summary judgment 7/10/87, 9:00am
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26 164 Defendanis' responses of to purported statement of material facts
not in dispute & to their proposed Order
165 - Declaration of Cynthia Zol1inger
166 - Declaration of David S. Schwartz in opposition to motion for
partial summary judgment ,
167 - Declaration of Marie Amoruso in opposition to motion for
partial summary judgment 7/10/87, 9:00am
168 - Memo in opposition to motions for reconsideration & for
summary judgment
Jul 6 169 Plaintiffs' supp1ementa1 declaration of Frederic F. Magel Ill ,
in support of motion for reconsideration & for partial summary
judgment (FILED UNDER SEALED)
170 - reply memo in support of motion for summary judgment (FILED UNDE
SEALED)
171 - reply re: statement of material facts not in dispute (FI LED UNDE
SEALED)
7 172 IPlaintiffs' supplemental declaration of John B. Torkelsen in support
pf motions
for reconsideration & for partial summary judgment 7/24/
9:00am
9 173 Defendants' supplemental memo in opposition to motion for reconsider
& for partial summary judgment
24 174 MINUTES: (7/24/87)(C/R Unreported) Plaintiffs' motion for partial
summary judgment, motion for reconsideration off calendar submitted
on the papers. RPA
31 175 OROER: The Outside Directors• motion for summary judgment is GRANTED .
Plaintiffs' motion for reconsideration of Court's order of 4/30/87 i:
DENlSD. Plaintiffs' motion fer partial summary judgment is DENIED.RPl
Sep 21 176 Wlaintiffs' Notice of Motion & Motion for leave to amend cornplaint
10/23/87, 9:00am
177 - Memo in support of #176
178 - Declaration ofF. F. Nagel III in support of #176
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179 Defendants' Notice of Motion for summary judgment 10/30/87, 9:00a
180 - Merno in support of #179
181 - Declaration in support of #179
182 - Statement of material facts not in dispute
RECEIVED: Proposed Order
19 183 ORDER: Defendants, motion for summary judgment on the issue of
materiality with respect tc a11 plaintiffs' excerpt
115 and jl .lJ). are GRANTED. Defendants' motion for summary judgrnent
on the issue ' of scienter is DENIED. RP.
20 184 STIPULATION & ORDSR: The hearings on both motions sha11 be conti1
to 12/4/87, 9:00nm, opposition filed by 11/9/87, reply filed by
11 / 2 4/ 8 7 . RP A
Nov 9 lBS Defendants' memo in oppoBition to motion foc leavu to amend
complainti 12/4/87, 9:00am
24
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!86 - Declaration of M. Mack1in opposition to motion for leavE
amend complaint, 12/4/87, 9:00am
187 PJ.aintiffs
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memo in . opposition to motion for summar:y jud9mer
12/4/87, 9:00am
18>3 response to statement of material facts not in disput
189 Defendants' reply memo in support of motion for summacy
12/4/87, 9:00am
190 Plaintiffs' reply memo in support of motion to amend complaint
12/4/87, 9:00am
Dec 14 191 OROER: Defendants' motion for summary judgment is
Plaintiffs' motion ta amend the complaint is DENigD. RP
ENTERED: 12/14/87, copies mailed to counsel. R
192 JUDGMBNT: Judgment is Entered againat plaiotiff & judgment is
entered in favor of defendants'. RPA
ENTERED: 12/14/87, copiee roailed to counsol.
CONTINUATION SHEET "G"
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DEFENDANT
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IN RE APPLE COMPUTER LITIGATION
PAGE _OF __ . PAGES
OATE NR. f'ROCEEDINGS
1987
Dec 18 193 OROER OF in the order dated 12/14/87. RPA
22 194 BILL OF COSTS
23 195 Defendants
1
A. P. S. Schlein, P. O. Crisp & H. E.
30
Siagletr.n è.eclaration of Philip F. Atkins-Pattenson in support
#1S·4
196 Arthur Rock, Philip s. Schlein, Peter O. Crisp &
Singleton COST BILL
197 Copy of #192 mailed ta Kahn, Savett, Marion returned from
Post Office undelivable
1988•
Jan 6
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198 REPORTER'S TRANSCRIPT OP proceedings 12/11/87
199 Plaintiffs' NOTICE OF APPEAL as ta Defendants'
Apple Computer, G. P. Carter, J, D. Couch, w. J. Houde,
S. P. Jobs, A. c. Markkula, Jr., M. Muller, J. Sculley,
J. vennard, D. w. K. R. zerbe ONLY. -fee paid, iS0-1617
Cocket fee payment notification form mailed to USCA
13 200 Coste taxed in the amount of $33,682.95 in favor of tha
outside director defenàants Arthur Rock, Philip s. Schlein,
Peter o. Crisp and Henry E. Singleton.
201 Coste taxed in emount of $66,199.58 in favor of defendants
Apple Computer, Inc.t Gene P. Carter, John D. Ccuch, Wilfrid
J. Houde, Steven P. Jobs, A. C. Markkula, Jr., Michael Muller,
John Sculley, John Vennard, Delbert W. Yocam, & Kenneth R.
zerbe.
29 202 Appellate's 'I'ranscript Designation & Ordering Form of dates
1/9/87,
Feb 10 Mailed certificate of record to USCA & counsal.
11 Mai1ed Reporter's Transcript to record on appeal ro USCA.
22 203 Acknowleàgment receipt of
23 204 Copy of order mailed to Kohn, Savett, Marion returrted undelivable
from Post Office
Vf:. ULÙo::;. 111.:1ll-=o tO A. J, Ive.:-'-' ,;;'o:l:.U!::ncC:. ünclc..livabl!O :€rom
Post Office
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Marl 206 Acknowledgment Receipt of
Aug 2
207 STIPULATI<Wn+ ... The parties agree the penàing appeal
the "under seal" designation of the following filings in this
Court may be removed, and that such documents now on file in
this Court may be removed, and that such documents now on file
in this Court may be treated by the Court as though they were
not filed under seal; (a) all documents included by either
party in the excerpt of record filed with the ninth circuit:
and (b) all documents which ninth circuit personnel request
be transrni t ted to th at court RF.
Mar 7 208 USCA ORDER: the juàgrnent of the said District cou&t in this caus
is afficmeà in part, reversed in pact, and remanded. Each
shal
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bear its own costs on appeal. USCA
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1990
209 Clerk's notice of status conference on 4-20-90 at 10:30 a.rn.,
paities are to submit to the Court no later than 4-13-90 a statu
confecence statement- Cle
Apr 2 210 C.le.ck
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s notice of status conference maileo to Kohn Savett Marion
& Gcaf returneà by Poat Office - unaéliverable
3
2111- notice of
on calendar for 4-20-90 has been
a.m., b•foce Judge Aguilar
the status conference scheduleà
continued to 4-24-90 at 10:30
Clerk
12 Letter of change of adàress
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212 MINU'fi!:S: ( 4-24-90): ( c/c: Uncepocted); status conference ·off
calendac ceset to 4-27-90 at 10:30 a.m.
RPI
25 213 Plaintiff's joint conference staternent
27 214 MINUTES: (4-27-90); (c/r: Untepocted); st.:ttus conference he.ld;
case to ll-12-90 ar:. 2:00p.m. foc conference
case continued to ll-26-90 at 9:00 a.m. foc trial, jury tcial.
discovecy cutoff 8-31-90 RPA
215 & OROER: parties stipulate to extenô the expert
curcently set at 8/31/90, to 9/18/90. This
extent1on ts to prepare foc trial, set to commence on ll/26/90.
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DATE NR. PROCEEDINC.S
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216 Letter from Paul Sugarman to Juàge Ingram re tcial
217 OROER: all in limine motions shall be filed by 1/28/91.
Memorandum in opposition to in limine motions shall be
fileà by 2/14/91. Reply memoranda in support of in limine
motions fi1ed by 2/25/91. argument on in lirnine motions
heard on 3/8/91 at 9:00 a.m. Trial briefs and pre-trial
statements filed by 3/13/91. Pretrial conference on 3/18/91
at 2:00 p.m. rrial on 3/25/91 at 9:00 a-m.
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218 Plaintiff' s notice of rrotion and rotion to :.modify class definition
219 - merrorandurn in supp:>rt of #218
RECEIVED: (proposed) order modifying class definition
220 Order filed 11/9/90 maila:l to the firm of Kohn, Savett, Harion & G.i:-af
returned by Post Office, unknown
i Dee 7 221 Defendant's memorandum in opposition to #218
222 - notice of cross-motion for partial summary judgment
223 - statement of material facts not in dispute
224 - notice of deposition and request for production of documents
225 - declaration of Douglas M. Schwab in opposition to #218
226 - declaration of service mail served #221 thru #225 to
all parties of record, executed 12/7/90.
20 227 STIPULATION AND ORDER continuing hearing date and setting briefing
scheaule. Hearing on Plaintiffs' motion to moaify class definition
and definition Defendants' cross motion for summary juàgment
set 12/21/90 is now scheduled for 1/18/91 at 9•00 am.
Plaintiffs' reply to defendants' opposition and opposition
defendants' cross motion shall be filed by 12/28/90, ana defendants'
to plaintiff's opposition shall be filed by l/ll/91 JW
28 228 Plaintiff's memorandum in support of. #218 and in opposition
to #222
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AT REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
On March 1, 1991, ._1 ____ _.1, Records Clerk, San
County Sheriff's Office, which covers all San Mateo County
no identifiable crirninal record could be located regarding
PAUL JOBS, born February 24, 1955.
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STEVEN
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following investigation was conducted by
AT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
On March 1991, the records of tne Santa Clara
County Cr1minal Justice Information Control System, which covers
the entire county, were reviewed and found to contain no arrest
record identifiable with STEVEN PAUL JOBS.
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AT SAN.MATEO, CALIFORNIA
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU OF
SAN MATEO COUNTY
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On March 20, 1991, 1 Better Business Bureau of b7c
San Mateo County, 20 North San Mateo advised no comp1aints
have been fi1ed against STEVEN PAUL JOBS, or Next Incorcoprated,
Redwood City, Ca1ifornia.
AT REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA
CONSUMER FRAUD OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S
OF SAN MATEO COUNTY
On March 20, 1991,1 l, Consumer Fraud of District
Attorney's, San Mateo 401 Marsha1Ladvised no comp1aints
have been against STEVEN PAUL JOBS or Next Incorporated,
Redwood City, Ca1ifornia.
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AT SAN JOSE. CALIFORNIA
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
on March 15, 1991, the records of the Better Business
Bureau were searched regarding STEVEN PAUL JOBS and Apple
Computer, Inc. This search revealed no record regarding JOBS.
It did, however, reveal several complaints with regard to Apple
Computer, as with any large firm in the Silicon Valley. It was
noted that Apple bas always been responsive to all complaints
filed, and its reputation is considered outstanding.
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.REFERENCE BUFAX TO SACRAMENTO, 2/21/91.
ON 3/11/91, IA._I ______ _..IcHECKED THE SAN FRANCISCO
COUNTY BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS REGARDING
THE BIRTH OF STEVEN PAUL NO JOBS WERE LISTED.
INTERVIEW OF. APPtiiNTEE, HE ADVISED THAT HE WAS
ADOPTE·D.
ON 3/18/91, .__ ____ SAN FRANC! SCO COUNTY SOCIAL
SERVICES ADOPTION UNIT, ADVISED THAT HE COULD LOCATE NO RECORD
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OF STEVEN PAUL JOBS WITH A BIRTHDATE OF 2/24/55. HE ADYISED THAT
INFORMATION COULD BE OBTAINED THROUGH THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF
SOCIAL SERVICES, ADOPTIONS BRANCH, THAT MAINTAINED RECORDS OF ALL
ADOPTIONS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. HE PROVIDED A TELEPHONE
NUMBER OF 916-324-8044.
ON 3/18/91, IA ..,_1___ _.1 CONTACTED _____ _.IAT THE ABOVE
NUMBER WHO ADVISED THAT SHE COULD NOT PROVIDE THAT
AND THAT THE REQUEST WOULD HAVE TO BE IN WRITING'DIRECTED TO THE
STATE SOCIAL.SERVICES, ADOPTIONS BRANCH, 744 P STREET,
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 95814.
SACRAMENTO. AT SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA: IN AN EFFORT. TO
EXPEDITE THIS MATTER, SACRAMENTO IS REQUESTED TO CONTACT THE
STATE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, ADOPTIDNS BRANCH, 744 P
STREET, AND ATTEMPT TO VERIFY THE APPOINTEE'S BIRTH.
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·IN ACCOROANC! WITH R.!Qt:!ST CONTAIN!O IN REF!R.ENCEC COHMt:NICATION,
!H! FOLLOWING IS SUBM!T:-!0:
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FAIU:C TO RrVtAL ANY INFORMATION IDENTIFIABLE WITH
CAPTIONEC RELATIVES, ASSOCIAT!S, OR
1 AS APPLlCAILZ, IN TH! WKlO UL\1 !XC!P1' WI'I'M R!Ci.UC TO
OTH!l\ Al>PLI aM'1' MA'rl'DS UNLZSS NOT!O B!U)W. .
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Memorandum
To DIRECTOR, FBI Date § 1 J'f/11
(ATTENTION: SPIN UNIT, FBIHQ, ROOM 4371)
From :
SAC, WMFO //,/8-HQ-
Subj ect: .
--p!J'VL. $?J5 YI' v
A review of WMFO's electronic, general, ELSUR, and CFR
indices revealed no reportable information on captioned
individual, other family members or roommates (as applicable) in
the WMFO area, except for this investigation or other applicant
matters. ·
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WMFO 161B-HQ-23908
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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
450 5th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C.
On March 12, 1991,1 ~ OFFICE OF ENFORCEMENT,
SECURITIES AND EXC::NGE COMMIS:IJN (SEC), advised Investigative
Assistant (IA) 1 ~ __ that their files contained no
derogatory informa lOn concern ng STEVEN PAUL JOBS. ~
1 1 advised SEC records contained no
derogatory 1nformatlon for the companies of which JOBS is
associated.
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FD-263 (Rev. 4-30-85)
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
REPORTING OFFICE OFFICE OF ORIGIN DATE INVESTI GA TIVE PERIOD
D ALLAS BUREAU 3/19/91 3/18/91
TITLE OF CASE REPORT MADE BY
s TEVEN PAUL JOBS
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CHARACTER OF CASH
SPIN (B)
BUDED: 3/7/91 (Past)
REFERENCE: San Francisco teletype to Bureau, Dallas, et al,
dated 3/15/91.
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ADMINISTRATIVE:
Persans interviewed appraised of Privacy Act.
TYPED BY:
les
Dallas Indices (General, Confidential, and Elsur) were
not found to contain any reference known to be identical to
appointee.
It is to be noted that Dallas, of course, was unable to
investigate this matter in the tirne of the Bureau deadline
inasrnuch as the lead to conduct investigation was not received
until after the Bureau deadline.

SPECIAL AGENT
APPROVED IN CHARGE DO NOT WRITE IN SPACES BELOW
CO(!) MADE:

2 Bureau (16 ' 23908)
(ATTN: SPI NIT, RM.4371,
FBIH
1-Dallas (1618-HQ-23908)

DISSEMINATION RECORD OF ATTACHED REPORT
• • • •
A geney
Request Recd.
1) nt e Fwd.
How Fwd.
By
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FD-204 (Rev. 3-3-59)
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Copy to:
Report of: Office:
DALLAS
Date:
March 19, 1991
Field Office File#: 161B-HQ-2 3 9 08 Bureau File#: 161B-23908
Title:
STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Character:
SPECIAL INQUIRY
advised he
He feels
the appointee is a very qualified individual and recornmends
candidate for a position of trust and confidence with the U.S.
Government.
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This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned to
your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.
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161B-HQ-23908
following investigation was conducted by
INTERVIEW OF A BUSINESS OFFICIAL
AT DALLAS, TEXAS

Jadvised sAI lwith the tollowing
to do the appointee,
STEVEN PAUL JOBS:
He has known the appointee for abouti lyears.
1 lcontinued that his knowledge of the appointee
is based str1ct1y on his knowledge of the appointee in a business
situation. He stated that he feels that the appointee is well
thought of and has done an excellent job as a member of the
COMPUTER INDUSTRY in the United States.
He also noted that he recalled that the appointee was
recently married, and that his wife had something to do with
Stanford Business School. He described the appointee as being a
"genius" in the area of computers.
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with the appointee with the exception of his meetings_ 1 b7c
1 1 He stated that he knows nothing of a
derogatory nature regarding applicant's moral character,
associates, or loyalty. Neither does he have any personal
information with regard to any drug use, prescription medicine or
alcohol abuse, personal financial problems, or prejudices that he
is aware of.
He also noted that it is his understanding that the
appointee previously invented the personalized type computers
produced by the APPLE COMPUTER COMPANY, and he is under the
understanding that the appointee actually invented the APPLE
COMPUTER.
He has been told that the appointee actually did not
graduate from college but was able to conduct such an invention
due to his extreme intelligence and willing to work. He also
noted that apparently many articles and possibly books regarding
the appointee have been previously been written because of the
appointee's invention of the above-described APPLE COMPUTER
CORPORATION.
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1 lnoted that he recommends the appointee
position of ~ r u s t and confidence with the u.s. Governrnent,
particularly in anything having to do with cornputerized
information.
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3/15/91

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NEl'1 YORK (161-HQ-23908) (IWC) (A-4)
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SUBJECT: STEVEN PAUL JOBS7 SPECIAL INQUIRY; BUDED: 3/15/91.
RESAN FRANCISCO TELETYPE TO NEW YORK, DATED 3/15/91.
REFERENCE:
ON MARCH 15, 1991,

IBti! CORPORATION, OLD ORCHJ\RD ROAD, ARMONK,
YORK, ADVISED BE HAS KNONN TIIE APPOINTEE APPROXIMATELY ..._l __ _,IYEARS.
HE EXPLAINED HE INITIALLY MET JOBS THROUGH MUTUAL BUSINESS
ASSOCIATES AND THAT FRIENDSHIP CONTINUES TILL TODAY. HE STATED THE
APPOINTEE HAS ALt'iAYS BEEN ' AN UlPRE:SS IVE INDIV!DUAL FROM EVERY
ADVANTAGE r>O!NT AND HE tvAS UNA'fU\RE OF l\NY INFORMATION CONCERNINC THE
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APPOINTEE WHICH MIGHT DE TERMED DERROGATORY. HE NOTED HE HAS
WITH JOBS IN SOCIAL SETTINGS BUT HAS NEVER WITNESSED ANY ILLEGAL
DRUG USAGE OR ALCOHOL ADUSE BY THE APPOINTEE. HE NOTED THE
APPOINTEE SEEMINGLY LIVES WITHIN HIS F!NANCIAt, MEANS AND HE HAS
NEVER WITNESSED ANY EXAMPLEG OF AN EXTRAVAGANT LIFESTYLE HAVINC BEEN
PRACTICED BY JOBS, HE NOTED THE APPOINTEE IS AN INTELLIGENT,
CHEERFUL INDIVIDUAL TO BE WITH AND NOTED HE HAS NEVER WI TNESSED ANY
RASH OR FRIVOLOUS BEHAVI OR BY THE APPOINTEE. HE STATED THE
APPOINTEE IS A OF GOOD SOLID JUDGEMENT AND NOTED HE SEEMS TO BE
A UPRIGST INDIVIDUAL. HE FELT THE APPOI NTEE HAS THE
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TO GET ALONG NELL ALL TYPES OF INDIVIDUALS AND HE HAS NEVER
HEARD JOBS UTTER ANY COMMENTS WHICH MIGHT BE CONSTRUED OR PREJUDICED
TONARDS ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GROUPS OF INDIVIDUALS BECAUSE OF RACE,
COLOR, CREED, OR ETHNIC BACKGROUND, HE FELT THE APPOINTEE HAS DONE
AN OUTSTANDING JOB lN THE COMPUTER INDUSTRY AND BASED ON PAST
OBSERVATIONS WOULD HAVE NO HESITANCY IN RECOMMENDING HIM FOR A WHITE
HOUSE APPOINTMENT.
ON MARCH 15, 1991,

IBM CORPORATION, OLD ORCHMm ROAD, ARMONl(, NE\'1 YORK,
ADVISF.D HE BAS KNONN THE APPOINTEE APPROXIMATELYDYEARS, HE
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FREINDSHIP CONTINUES TO TODAY, HE STATED HE KNOWS THE APPOINTEE ON
A PROFESSIONAL BASIS BUT HAS SEEN HIM IN SOCIAL SETTINGS AS
WELL. HE NOTED THE APPOINTEE liAS A LIVELY PERSONALITY SEEMINGLY
GETS ALONG ALL TYPES OF INDlVIDUALS BE COMES IN CONTACT
HE FELT THE IS AN HONEST, TRUSTWORTHY INDIVIDUAL, ONE
WHOSE BEHAVIOR HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOVE REPROACH. HE FELT THE
APPOINTEE WAS NOT GIVEN TO ANY ILLEGAL DRUG USAGE NOR WAS HE AWARE
OF ANY ALCOHOL ABUSE EVER HAVING BEEN SHOWN BY JOBS. HE NQTED THE
APPOINTEE HAS NEVER EXHIBITED AN EXTRAVAGANT OR FLASBY LTFESTYLE AND
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TO THE BEST OF UIS KNOWLEDGE FELT THE APPOINTEE LIVED W!TH!N HIS
FINANCIAL MEANS, HE NOTED THE APPOINTEE SEEMS TO BE A HARDWORKING
INDUSTRIOUS INDIVIDUAL, ONE WHO IS LOW KEYED AND ASSURED AT ALL
TIMES, HE STATED THE APPOINTEE ENJOYS A HIGH DEGREE OF RESPECT IN
THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND NOTED HE HAS ACHIEVED MUCH IN HIS LIFE.
HE BELIBVES THE APPOINTEE IS A STABLE IMPRESSIVE INDIVIDUAL AND
NOTED HE IS ENDOW!!:D WITH ~ 1 U C H COM[vlON SENSE. HE FELT THE APPOINTEE
IS NOT CIVEN TO ANY IMPULSIVE OR FLIGHTY DRCISIONS AND NOTED HE HAS
NEVER HEARD JOBS UTTER ANY CQMMENTS CONCERNING ANY INDIVIDUAL OR
GROUPS OF INDIV!PUALS BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, CREED OR ETHNIC
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INDIVIDUAL AND KNEW OF NO REASON NOT TO RECOMMEND HlM FOR A WI!ITE
HOUSE APPO!NTMENT.
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REFERENCE BUTEL TO SAN FRANCISCO 2/2l/91o
FOR INfORMATION OF RECEIVING OFFICES MR JOBS IS BEING CONSIDEREO
FOR A PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENT TO THE PRESIDENT
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APPOINTEE IS CURRENTLY OF NEXT COMPUTER, INC, REDWOOD
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PAT CRECINEP PRESIDENT, GEORGIA TECHJ ATLANTA, GEORGIAJ TELEPHONE
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
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March 7, 1991
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Field Office File#: 1618-HQ-23908 Bureau File #1618-HQ-23908
Title:
STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Character:
SPIN B
Synopsis: White House Office satisfactory. PIS/DOJ negative.
usss checks negative.
This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned ta
your agency; it and its contents are not ta be distributed outside your agency.
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THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE (WHO)
The Executive Clerk's Office
Old Executive Office Building
17th and Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.
Washington, D.C.
investigation was conducted by sAc=]
2/27/91 regarding STEVEN PAUL JOBS.
No record of appointment or nomination by the President
of the United States could be located in this office.
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
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1400 New York Avenue, N.W.
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25, 1991, Investigative Assistant (IA)
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concerning the appointee.
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
REPORTING OFFICE OFFICE OF ORIGIN DATE INVESTIGATIVE PERIOD
SACRAMENTO BUREAU 3/6/91 3/6/91
TITLE OF CASE
REPORT MADE BY
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CHARACTER OF CASE
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Sacramento general, special, ELSUR and FOIMS indices
negative.
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Report of: IAL-1 _____ ____. Office: SACRAMENTO
Date: MARCH 6, 1991
Field Office File #: SC 161B-HQ-R-23908
Title: STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Character: SPECIAL INQUIRY
Synopsis: Appointee' s birth verified.
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Bureau File #:
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On March 6, 1991,1 Bureau of Vital Statistics
advised appoinlee was born Februafy 24, 1955, at San Francisco,
California, to. _and CLARA HAGAPIAN.
Appointee has birth certificate number 55-075100.
On March 6, 1991, contact with the California Attorney
General's Office, Public Inquiry Unit, determined they
have received no complaints regarding PIXAR or NEXT, INC.
They advised they file complaints regarding companies
only.
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y our agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outs ide your agency. ·
FBI/.DOJ
FD-263 (Rev. 4-30-86)
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
REPORTING OFFICE OFFICE OF ORIGIN DATE INVESTIGATIVE PERIOD
CINCINNATI BUREAU 3/6/91 2/25/91
TITLE 011' CASE REPORT MADE BY
STEVEN PAUL JOBS
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SPECIAL INQUIRY (B)
REFERENCE:
Director airtel to Cincinnati, 2/21/91.
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Where appropriate, Privacy Act (e)(3) data was furnished to persons
interviewed. Express promises of confidentiality, both limited and unlimited,
have been noted where granted.
Cincinnati Office General Indices, Elsur Index and Confidential
Indices were negative regarding the appointee.
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FD-204 (Rev. 3-S-59)
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Copy to:
Report of:
Date: March 6, 1991
Field Office File #: 161-CI-C58081-38
Title: STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Character: SPECIAL INQUIRY
Office: CINCINNATI
Bureau File #: 161B-23908
Synopsis: Records, DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL SECURITY CLEARANCE OFFICE (DISCO),
Columbus, Ohio, reflect appointee has a terminated Top Secret clearance.
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DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL SECURITY CLEARANCE OFFICE (DISCO)
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identifiable with the appointee, STEVEN PAUL JOBS, SSAN: 549-94-3295:
Top Secret clearance dated November 3, 1988, based on a Background
Investigation by the Defense Investigative Service dated August 30, 1988.
This clearance terminated July 31, 1990, and the employing agency is:
PIXAR
San Rafael, California
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RE BU FACSIMILE TO SAN DIEGO FEBRUARY 27, 1991.
REVIEW OF SAN DIEGO REFERENCE SD 1838-870-36-56 REVEALED
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OF TROY AND GOULD, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION, 1801 CENTURY PARK
EAST, 16TH. FLOOR, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90067, FURNISHED A COPY
OF VARIDUS NEWSPAPER ARTICLES .STORED IN NEXIS AND OTHER
COMMERCIAL DATA BASES, REGARDING
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AN APPLE ORCHARD IN PORTLAND, OREGON, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH STEVEN
JOBS. JOBS LATER CO-FOUNDED APPLE COMPUTER, INC. INFORMATION
SET FORTH THAT IN APPROXIMATELY THE EARLY 1970'S
lwiTH STEVEN P. JOBS, DESCRIBED A$
AFTER LEAVING THE APPLE PARTNERSHIP, JOBS
STARTED THE APPLES COMPUTER BUSINESS.
THE REFERENCE ALSO SET FORTH INFORMATION THAT JOBS WAS AT
ONE TIME PART OrmER L-1 ______ __. OF TIMBERLAND IN OREGON,
WHICH INCLUDED A MINE •
. NO FURTHER INFORMATION WAS IN ABOVE REFERENCE, AND
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTIVE DATA, OR INFORMATION WAS NOTED.
SAN DIEGO GENERAL INDICES (BY MARCH 4,
19911; CONFIDENTIAL INDICES ·(BY VIl MARCH 4, 1991) AND
ELSUR INDICES MARCH 5, 1991) ALL NEGATIVE _RE
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regard i ng t he candidate, candidate's f a mi ly o r associates.
On f ebr ua r y2 5,199l, support employee! lconducted a search
of the NYO GENERAL indices and found no pos1t1vely 1ôentifiable
inf br 1n ation rega rd ing the candidate, c a ndida te' s family or asociates.
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Steven Paul Jobs
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candidate's listed ownership of apartment verified.
Candidate has not lived in the apartment yet because it is
undergoing extensive renovation therefore there were no tenants
familiar with the candidate.
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NEIGHBORHOOD
146 Central Park West
New York, New York 10023
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the San Rem6 Apartments,l46 Central Park West,

New York, New York, 10023.
1 lverified that the candidate was owner of
an apaitment in the San Remo. He a1so stated that candidate has never
occupied the apartment because upon the purchase 6f the apartment, the
candidate procceeded t6 comp1ete1y the apartment.He further
indicated that ther;e was.·.nobody who wou1d be faml.liar witJ:l the candidate.
He stated that he did not know the candidate personal1y but the fact that
the candidate was a1lowed to buy an apartment in the San Remo is an
that he is of good then unable to provide
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TO: CONTRACTOR
FROM: SPECIAL INOUIRY UNIT {SPINl. CID
A TTENT TON: ._l ______ ___, R O O t ~ 4371 EXT. 2587
________ RESPONSE CRITERIA ________ _ _ _______ TYPE OF REOUEST _______ _
5 WORK DAYS SUITABILITY
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SUBJECT'S NAME: JOBS,STEVEN PAUL MAIDEN:
DATE OF BIRTH (DOBl: 02/24/55 PLACE OF BIRTH <POBl: SAN FRANCISCO,CA
SEX: ~ 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ACCOUNT NUMBER ISSAN): 549-94-3295
SPOUSE'S NAME: MAIDEN:
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SUBJECT'S
ADDRESS{ESl 460 MOUNTAIN HOME RD, WDDDSIDE,CA 94062
FOR LAST 15900 WEST RD, LOS GATOS,CA 95030
SEVEN (7) YEARS:
ENCLOSURE RELEASE FORM TO BE ATTACHED
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Re'jised October t 987
U.S. of Personnel Management
'i'PM Chapter 736
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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O.M.B .. No. 3206·0007
8·31·90
NSN 7540·00·634-4036
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
AUTHORITY FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION
·1 Authorize any duly accredited representative of the Federal Govemment, including those from the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management, the Federal Bureau of J nvestigation, and the Depart ment of Defense, to obtain any informa-
tion relating to my acrivities from schools, residential management agents, employers, cri minai justice agencies,
financial or lending institutions, credit bureaus, consumer reporting agencies, retail business establishments, medi-
cal institutions, hospitals or other repositories of medical records, or individuals. This information may include, but
is not 1 imited to, my academie, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, persona] his tory, disciplinary,
criminal history record. arrest, conviction, medical, psychiatric/psychological, and financial and credit infom1ation.
1 Further Authorize the U.S. Office of Personnel .rv1anagement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Depart-
ment of Defense, and any other authorized agency. ro request criminal history record information about me from
criminal justice agencies for the purpose of detennining my cligibility for access to classified infomwtion, or
assignment to, or retention in, sensitive national security duties, in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 9101.
I Di;ect You To Release such informa[Jon upon request of the duly accreditcd represe:1tative of any authorized
agency regardless of a!ly agreement 1 may have made with you prcviously to the contrary.
1 Understand that the information you rekase is for official use by the Government, and thar these users
may redisclose the infonnation you release as authorized by law.
1 Release any individual, including records custodians, from ali liability for damages that may result to me on
account of compliance or any attempts to comply with this authorization. This release is binding, now and in the
future, on my heirs, assigns, associates, and persona! representative(s) of any nature. Copies of this authorization
that show my signature are as validas the original release signed by me.
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BUR: TRW CREDIT DATA
1065 EAST HILLSDALE BOULEVARD
FOSTER CITY CA 94404
( 415) 571-6085
MS DEP DOB SSN SUBJECTS NAME
JOBS ,STE P 549943295
ALSO KNOWN AS SPOU SE NAME SPOUSE SSN
CURRENT ADDRESS
460 MOUNTAIN HOME RD WOODS ,
FORMER ADDRESS
CURRENT EMPLOYER
APPLE COMPUTER 10495 BANDLEY DR CA
OCCUPATION
FORMER EMPLOYER
FORMER OCCUPATION
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SUBR NAME
SUBR CODE
ECOA TYPE ACCOUNT NUMBER MOP HIST PAYMENT
B OF A
3200699
B OF A
3201276
DLR DO DLA HIGH TERM BAL PAST PATTERN
30 60 90
1 18 11 24 NNNNNNNNNNNN
07-87 1-81 01-91 0010000 000000 NNNNNNNNNNNN
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01-91 01-84 01-91 0025000 005749 cccccccccccc
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REMARKS
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CURR ACCT
3200699 BANK OF AMERICA (415) 622-5776
BOX 37114 RINCON ANN, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94137
3201276 BANK OF AMERICA (415) 953-6359
ONE SOUTH VAN NESS, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103
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TYPE OF APPOINTMENT XXXXXXXXXXXX DATE OF APPOINTMENT XX/XX/XXXX
POSITION SENSITIVITY: (1=NS, 2=NCS, 3=CS, 4=SS)
INVESTIGATING AGENCY: SOI - DJ90
INVESTIGATION TYPE:30(11=PRI,15=MBI,20=LBI,25=BI,30=SBI,39=0THER)
DATE INVESTIGATION INITIATED: N/A
AGENCY FILE #: N/A
AGENCY FILE LOCATION: SOI - DJ90
OR IF NOT AT SOI, ENTER LOCATION BELOW:
AGENCY NAME: XXXXXXXXXXXX
AGENCY LOCATION: XXXXXXXX
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NAME:_JOBS _________________ STEVEN ____________ __________ __
(LAST) (FIRST) (MIDDLE) (SUFFIX)
SSN: 549-94-3295
POB: SAN FRANCISCO
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DATE INVESTIGATION INITIATED: 1 1
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From: Director, FBI (161B-23908) 2/21/91
To: SACs, Cincinnati - (SF-86 Enclosed)
New York - (SF-86 Enclosed)
Sacramento - (SF-86 Enclosed)
San Francisco - (SF-86 Enclosed)
Washington Field Office - (SF-86 Enclosed)
STEVEN PAUL JOBS
SPIN (B)
BUDED: 3/7/91
Bureau has been requested to conduct a Level III
background investigation of Mr. Jobs for a Presidential
appointment to the President•s Export Council, which does not
require Senate confirmation.
Field Offices are reminded that the investigative
status of a background investigation (BI), all deadlines and the
position for which the appointee is being considered shall not be
disclosed to any interviewees. If during the course of· the
investigation, interviewees provide the nature of the position,
that information is not to be further divulged outside the FBI.
Inquiries by interviewees concerning the nature of the position
are to be handled as set forth in MIOG, Part II, Section 17-5
(5). Appointees making inquiries regarding the status of their
BI are to be referred to the client agency.
(S) Conduct investigation in accordance with guidelines set
forth in airtel to all offices dated 11/29/90, captioned "Changes
in Special Inquiry (SPIN) Background Investigations (.BI) and
Procedures". ·
Appointee is described as born on February 24,
San Francisco; California; has SSAN 549-94-3295; resides atl____j
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STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Appointee will be required to make decisions concerning
policy and personnel matters; therefore, during interviews,
determine if appointee has expressed or manifested any bias or
prejudice against any individual or group based upon sex, race,
color, religion, national origin, handicap or age. Determine if
appointee lives within his financial means. Also determine if
appointee uses illegal drugs or abuses alcohol.
Investigation should receive immediate attention and
rece1v1ng offices shotild telephonically advise FBIHQ of any
derogatory information developed, confirm by teletype, and record
pertinent interviews relating to derogatory information on FD-
302s.
Receiving offices note that the last ten years of
appointee's life must be accounted for and, if during the course
of investigation unexplained or unaccounted for gaps are
identified, leads should be directed to the field office covering
appointee's current employment to have appointee contacted and to
have his activities during specifie periods identified.
As this is a Presidential appointment, field offices
are expected to meet deadline.
LEADS:
San Francisco: Immediately interview appointee in
accordance with MIOG, Part II, Section 17-5.6 and will report
results on an FD-302. At an absolute minimum, the FD-302 should b6
clearly set forth the appointee's responses to those questions b7c
labeled Section 17-5.6 cited above.
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interview fier or set lead.
San Francisco: In re
knowledgeable concerning appo1ntee are interviewed. Check Better
Business Bureau concerning any complaints that may have been
lodged against him or his companies. Through records and
interviews, determine reason for termination from Apple
Computers. Obtain details of listed lawsuits through
and court records, Determine dispositions and if appointee was
ever personally named as a defendant. Contact the United States
Attorneys' Offices wherever appointee has lived or worked as an
adult to determine if any indication appointee has been involved
in a matter handled by the U. s. Attorney' _s Office (either
criminal or civil, in closed or current files).
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STEVEN PAUL JOBS
Cincinnati: Check DISCO.
Sacramento: Verify date and place of birth through
Bureau of Vital Statistics. Check State Attorney General's
office for any complaintsjgrievances against appointee or
companies.
WMFO check White House, United States secret Service,
and Public Integrity Section, Department of Justice.
Submit results of completed investigation to reach
FBIHQ no later than COB BUDED; Use express mail or overnight
delivery service if necessary.
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Unit, Room 4371, Extension 2587.
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!DENT CHECK ROO r1 11-B TUBE ·Jl, AT TN: ._1 _______ __. -
FROM: SPECIAL INCUIRY UNIT, QIV 6, RM 4371, TL114
EXT: 2587 ATTN: PSS ._1 ______ __,1
SUBJECT: STEVEN PAUL JOBS BUOEO: 03/07/91
THE BUREAU H.ll. S BEEN REOUESTEO TO CONOUCT AN EXPEDITE
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION OF THE ABOVE-CAPTIONEO SUBJECT, WHO IS
BEING CONSIDERED FOR PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENT. VOU ARE REQUESTED
T 0 CHECK li PP R 0 P R I A TE I N 0 I CES B AS E 0 L' P 0 N A V A I lA BLE I NF 0 R MAT I ON
SUBJECT, EMPLOYMENT, AND ALL CLOSE RELATIVES. IT IS
REOUESTED THAT THE RESULTS OF YOUR CHECK, WHET HER POSITIVE OR
NEGATIVE, BE INDICATED IN THE SPACES PROVIDED BELOW, AND RELAYED
TO THE SPECIAL INOUIRY UNIT, RM 4371, VIA ROUTING SLIP
MARKED 'URGENT'.
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CLOSE RELATIVES
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DURING MORNING HOURS OF THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1985, AN.UNIDENTI '
FIED MALE CALLER MADE A SERIES OF TELEPHONE CALLS TOI
APPLE COMPUTER, INC., 10201 NORTH
DE ANZA BOULEVARD, CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA, AND ADVISED THAT "DEVICES"
HAD BEEN PLACED IN HOMES OF CAPTIONED
AND ONE MILLION DOLLARS MUST BE PAID. CALLER ALSO
STATED THAT A FOURTH BOMB HAD BEEN PLACEP, BUT REFUSED TO GIVE
LOCATION AND STATED THIS ONE WOULD GO OFF IF AUTEORITIES NOTIFIED.
DURING ONE CALL, UNSUB FIRST STATED THATI lsHOULD TAKE A
BART TRAIN, BuTI IREFUSED BEFORE UNSUB couLD ELABORATE.
DURING SUBS.._E_Q_U_E-NT__.CALL, CUNSUB STATED THA;(; 100 i
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PAGE TWO SF 9A-NEW U N C L A S
THE SAN FRANCISCO HILTON HOTEL WHERE A TABLE IS LOCATED NEXT TO A
CANDY MACHINE, AND UNDER THIS TABLE THERE WOULD BE A NOTE WITH
FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS. CALLER STATED THIS MUST BE DONE BY 2:30 P.M.
ON FEBRUARY 7, 1985, OR BOMBS WOULD GO OFF.
FIRST TWO CALLS MADE BY UNSUB TAKEN BY STAFF
PEOPLE. DURING FIRST CALL, NO THREATS MADE AND UNSUB IDENTIFIED
HIMSELF As .... l _ __ __.I SHOULD CALL HIM AT (HS) 877..:.:9566
BECABSE THERE WAS A EMERGENCY .
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NUMBER AND CONVERSED WITH UNSUB, WHO IDENTIFIED
HIMSELF AS _____ __.L UNSUB INFORMED THAT.1._ __ ___.IIN MEETINGS
ALL DAY AND UNAVAILA.BLE. Ul'{SUB STATED THIS WAS PERSONAL FAMILY
MATTER. ....._ __ ___.! TOL.D UNSUB SHE NEEDED SOME IDEA OF PROBLEM IN
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· HIM THAT HE FELT THREAT NOT A REAL ONE. CONSBQUENTLY, NO ATTEMPT
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MADE BY ._1 __ ___.1 OR FBI TO FOLLOI-7 INSTRUCTIONS.
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TELEPHONE NUMBER (415)877-9566 DETERMINED TO BELONG TO PUBLIC
TELEPHONE BOOTH IN PARKING GARAGE AT SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT.
IMMEDIATE COVERAGE AFFORDED SAN FRANCISCO HILTON AND TELEPHONE
BOOTH WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS. NO NOTE LOCATED UNDER TABLE AS
DESCRIBED BY UNSUB.
TELEPHONE TRAP PLACED BY TELEPHONE COMPANY ON VICTIM'? OFFICE
TELEPHONE IN THE EVENT FURTHER CALLS RECEIVED, HOWEVER, NO FURTRER
CALLS .MADE TO DATE BY UNSUB.
SANTA CLARA SHERIFF'S OFFICE CANINE UNIT
MADE SWEEP OF RESIDENCES AND AUTOS, AS WELL AS BUILDING
HOUSING OFFICES OFI lAND NO DEVICES LOCATED .
....._ __ ___.!VOLUNTARILY FURNISHED INFORMATION TO LOCAL NEWSPAPER
AFTER MEDIA INQUIRED OF UNUSUAL ACTIVITY.
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TITLE CHANGED: UNSUB;
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To SAC, SAN FRANCISCO (l92B-NEW) (P) Date 4/8/85
From SA ._1 _______ ?..,... __ _.
Subject :
- Victim
On 2/7/85, a physical surveillance and search of the
San Francisco Airport Hilton Hotel was conducted to locate
captioned Unsub and writ·ten instructions allegedly
by the Unsub under a table at the hotel. Also,
1 !of the San Mateo County Sheriff's office, Forensic
Laboratory, responded to the SFIA parking garage, Level 5,
Core G, to lift latent fingerprints from a pay phone allegedly
used by the .Unsub to make threats against Apple
Computer. A copy of DeputyL___Js report .is attached to this
memo.
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
HEHORANDOH
DATE: 8/9/85
TO DIRECTOR, FBI
FROM : SAC, SAN FRANCISO (1928-196) (C)
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STEVEN JOBS•
Reference SF teletype to the Bureau
Contact has been maintained by the SF Division with
APPLE COMPUTER, Cupertino, California, and no additional
threatening calls received by unsub and no new information has
been developed regarding this matter.
In view of the fact that no further investigation is
logical at this time regarding captioned matter, it is heing
placed in a closed statua by the SF Division.

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