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Months after his death, people are getting an inside look at the former CEO’s negotiation skills after the U. government obtained emails between Jobs and book publishing giant Harper Collins, while the U. department of justice opened a suit against against the tech-giant for price-fixing.

Scandalous activity aside though, the obtained exchanges provide interesting insight into just how good of a businessman Jobs was, as he convinced James Murdoch (son of Rupert) to close a deal that initially seemed iffy, within five days.

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But other key figures were happy to throw light on Jobs’s life, from his days as a hippy taking LSD in 1970s California to his final years at the helm of a corporation that was briefly the most valuable in the world.Better times: Michelle made only a few appearances at gala events like the state dinner for the Indian Prime Minister's visit in 2009 (left) and the White House Correspondent's Dinner in 2010 (right) Since his defeat in 2010 Mr Fenty has focused on acting as a consultant to education tech companies and his position as special adviser at Andreessen Horowitz, which led to him splitting his time between Washington and Silicon Valley.In her first major interview since the 2011 death of her husband, Laurene Powell Jobs said she and her children miss Apple (AAPL) co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs "every day," and also spoke extensively about her efforts to reform U. She also talked about how she came to focus on immigration reform."I came across this circumstance of undocumented students," she told Williams."These are kids who were brought to this country as youngsters, who are raised as Americans and go to American schools, and then when they graduate high school they have no prospects in front of them because they are undocumented and illegally in the United States. "His private legacy with me and the kids is that of husband and father, and we miss him every day," Powell Jobs said in an interview with NBC's "Rock Center" anchor Brian Williams on Friday night.