Steve Jobs: Back At Work, Snubbing CES.

Posted: Jul 30 2009, 12:50pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:35pm CDT, in News | Apple

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We've got some news that Apple's founder and often creative impetus, Steve Jobs, has been sighted doing his day-to-day work at the Apple campus for the first time since his return. Apple's stock jumped 2.52 a share at the news. A photograph of Jobs was snapped, confirming that Apple's founder is finally back in the saddle.

From what we understand, these days Jobs has been primarily concerned with putting the finishing touches on Apple's new iTablet, expected out either this Holiday seasion or early 2010. He's been a busy man, which might explain why he's ignored Gary Shapiro's requests for him to attend the 2010 CES conference.

Shapiro, who heads up the conference, states that Jobs has not returned his phone calls requesting an Apple presence at the conference. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Intel CEO Paul Otellini will both be in attendance and delivering keynotes at CES. Jobs has not deigned to explain his absence, but it's likely he's just far too busy to take the time. It is currently uncertain whether or not there will be any Apple presence at CES.

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