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Bob Iger Believes Disney, Apple Likely Would've Combined If Steve Jobs Were Alive

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Bob Iger Believes Disney, Apple Likely Would've Combined If Steve Jobs Were Alive

Bob Iger Believes Disney, Apple Likely Would've Combined If Steve Jobs Were Alive

In a Vanity Fair excerpt from Bob Iger's new book, "The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company," the Disney CEO said he believed that if Apple cofounder Steve Jobs were still alive "we would have combined our companies, or at least discussed the possibility very seriously." Jobs was a board member of The Walt Disney Company and majority shareholder of the animation studio Pixar, which Disney acquired in 2006.

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