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Steve Jobs expected to remain on the Disney Board after resigning as Apple CEO
Aug 25, 2011 | 10:51am EDT
Steve Jobs, who yesterday resigned as Apple CEO, is expected to remain on the board of the Walt Disney Company
according to Bloomberg
. Since the Pixar acquisition, Steve Jobs is Disney's largest shareholder, with a 7.4% stake in the company.
Jobs is set to continue at Apple as Chairman and member of the board.
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