Steve Jobs is ‘bigger than Oprah’

  • Posted: 13 October 2009 04:16 PM

    Not in girth…

    Steve Jobs is ‘bigger than Oprah’
    Tue, 10/13/2009 - 5:51am ? Jonny Evans


    From the Apple human interest department, a new survey of US teenagers this morning reveals that Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, is considered bigger than Oprah Winfrey.

    Apple?s boss is the person US teens aged between 12-17-years most admire because ?he has made the world a better place.?

    One thousand teenagers were asked to choose between business entrepreneurs, those who had started their own business. Others in the list included Tony Hawk, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Kimora Lee Simmons, Oprah Winfrey and Mark Zuckerberg. Steve Jobs took the poll.

    Nearly two-thirds (61%) of teens who voted for Jobs said it was on account of he “made a difference in/improved people’s lives or made the world a better place.”

    Another third (33 percent) of those choosing Jobs said his “success in multiple fields” was behind their choice.

         
  • Posted: 14 October 2009 12:30 AM #1

    willrob - 13 October 2009 07:16 PM

    Not in girth…

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  • Posted: 14 October 2009 08:24 AM #2

    willrob - 13 October 2009 07:16 PM

    Not in girth…

    Steve Jobs is ‘bigger than Oprah’
    Tue, 10/13/2009 - 5:51am ? Jonny Evans


    From the Apple human interest department, a new survey of US teenagers this morning reveals that Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, is considered bigger than Oprah Winfrey.

    Apple?s boss is the person US teens aged between 12-17-years most admire because ?he has made the world a better place.?

    One thousand teenagers were asked to choose between business entrepreneurs, those who had started their own business. Others in the list included Tony Hawk, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Kimora Lee Simmons, Oprah Winfrey and Mark Zuckerberg. Steve Jobs took the poll.

    Nearly two-thirds (61%) of teens who voted for Jobs said it was on account of he “made a difference in/improved people’s lives or made the world a better place.”

    Another third (33 percent) of those choosing Jobs said his “success in multiple fields” was behind their choice.

    Uh, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen?