The Right-Hand Man Of Steve Jobs Has Broken His Silence (AAPL)

The Right-Hand Man Of Steve Jobs Has Broken His Silence (AAPL)

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James Higa, a former Apple vice president who describes his job there as "special ops for Steve"--Steve Jobs, that is--recently gave an interview to Lifestyles, a philanthropy magazine. The issue is out now, and the author, Darren Gluckman, has posted a copy of the profile, titled "iJames," online. Higa reveals...
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