Today marks anniversary of Steve Jobs death
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (KGO) -- Today marks one year since the passing of Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs.
The company he created paid a fitting tribute this morning by remembering him in a video posted online.
The Apple founder died of cancer at age 56. In Cupertino, the city's blue flag at the community center is flying at half-staff today. The mayor says it's a great way to acknowledge Jobs' profound local impact.
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