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Flags to half staff at Walt Disney World in observance of the passing of Steve Jobs
Oct 06, 2011 | 4:26pm EDT
Flags at Walt Disney World are at half-staff in observance of the passing of Steve Jobs. Along with being the founder of Apple, Steve Jobs was the CEO of Pixar when Pixar and Disney merged in 2006. Steve then served on the Disney board of directors.
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