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Happy Tuesday Saints. Many of us have I-phone’s, pads or pods. Well here is the latest news from the CEO of apple. From the radio-info.com website.

Jobs says “I will continue as CEO and be involved in major strategic decisions for the company.” But he says he needs to “focus on my health”, and doesn’t say how long he expects to be out this time. The New York Times says that when Jobs took a similar absence in January 2009, he predicted it would be for six months. That time, he received a liver transplant. Back in 2004, Jobs had surgery for pancreatic cancer and returned to work successfully, but he has had other health-related issues. The Times says “In recent months, he has looked increasingly frail, according to people who have seen him.” He is reported to have been coming into the office only two days a week. Transplant patients sometimes have immune-system issues following their surgery, and that may be what is troubling Jobs. He asks for privacy, during his medical leave. The U.S. stock market is closed today in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, so there’s no trading in Apple stock.

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