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Eroding the #SteveJobsMyth . teve Jobs, famously cruel and temperamental as the CEO of #Apple (AAPL), was equally humiliating to waiters, friends and even one of his 1970s hacker heroes, John Draper. Jobs insisted he and an early girlfriend, Chrisann Brennan, sleep in separate rooms when they lived together in 1977, Brennan writes in a new book about their relationship. Jobs let Brenann have the master bedroom – for a month. Then, out of the blue, he changed his mind and moved Brennan out so he could have the bigger room. “He was so graceless that I felt humiliated and outraged
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