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The central question in the Book of Job is: "Why do the righteous suffer?" I found myself asking this when I finished reading Steve Jobs' moving letter of resignation from his position as CEO of Apple.

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We're as happy as anyone to give Sir Fred Goodwin a kicking, but it does strike us that picking on him is rather too much like shooting fish in a barrel. A new book from Matthew Hancock and Nadhim Zahawi, snapped up for serialisation by a Sunday newspaper, makes claims about Sir Fred's autocratic style of leadership at RBS, recounting some well-trodden gossip about the banker's fury when staff served the wrong biscuits at a meeting. The problem with knocking Sir Fred is that it's just too easy: since he has such a diminished reputation these days, people think they can say what they like about him.

Leading article: Techno-chic

Steve Jobs is a very American hero – an individualist in a world of corporate conformity. He steps down as chief executive of Apple – the company he founded, left, then rescued – leaving it the world's most successful technology company. That's not all.

Goodbye to a visionary: How Steve Jobs industrialised cool

Rarely has a company been so synonymous with its boss, but then, Apple is no ordinary company. Long-time accolyte Michael Bywater pays tribute to Steve Jobs, the man whose products changed the way we all live

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Outlook One of the most regularly quoted perspectives on the recent stock market crisis is that Apple has become a more valuable company than every single bank in the eurozone combined. But over the past 36 hours or so, its stock has proved almost as volatile as the paper of an under-fire French bank – and it need not have been this way.

Apple shares recover as markets digest Jobs news

The sharp fall in Apple's share price in the wake of Steve Jobs' resignation wiped almost $20bn (£12.25bn) off the company's value within minutes of the news. But the slide had been largely halted last night as investors and Wall Street analysts predicted the company's growth would continue.

Who'll do Steve's jobs now? Apple hopes many brains are as good as one

He was such a force that his role will be filled by a whole team of people. Stephen Foley profiles Mr Apple's successors

Steve Jobs resigns as Apple boss

Steve Jobs last night put the company he founded 35 years ago under new management, submitting his resignation as chief executive of Apple and finally succumbing to the health problems which have dogged him for years.

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John Lasseter is the man whose animations changed the face of film. As his latest work premieres, he talks to Guy Adams

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Marianne Abib-Pech ponders on the right time to go solo

Nokia struggles to beat off the competition

Mobile phone giant Nokia was under further pressure today as it revealed it was struggling to beat off competition from rivals like iPhone producer Apple.

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