|Release Date:||September 3, 2015|
|Review Date:||September 17, 2015|
For all Apple's success, it's disappointing to recall Jobs' stock back-dating unscrupulousness, his dismissal of Foxconn's suicide rash as statistically acceptable, and his mistreatment of dear friends, from Woz and others in his inner circle, to his own daughter, Lisa, whose mother he paid $500/month when he was worth $200 million.
At times ruthless, rudderless, valueless.
If only Apple were the public citizen that Gates and Buffett have demonstrated through their efforts and foundations, there's no telling what good could come from it.
We shall see, as time is the ultimate arbiter of legacy.
And as Gibney reminds us, "It's as much a reflection of ourselves as it is of Steve Jobs."