Steve Jobs will posthumously receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom

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Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs will posthumously receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom at the White House announced today,

Steve Jobs with iPhone 4
The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest civilian honor of the United States, presented to individuals who have made exemplary contributions to the prosperity, values, or security of the United States, world peace, or other social, public, or important private.

President Biden has long said that America can be defined by one word: possibilities. These seventeen Americans demonstrate the power of possibility and embody the soul of the nation: hard work, perseverance, and faith. They have overcome significant barriers to impressive achievements in the arts and sciences, dedicating their lives to advocating for the most vulnerable among us, and driving change in their communities and around the world on a blazing path for generations to come. courageously worked for. , ,

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Steve Jobs (died 2011) was a co-founder, CEO and CEO of Apple, Inc. was the CEO of Pixar, and held a leadership position at The Walt Disney Company. His vision, imagination, and creativity led to inventions that changed and continue to transform the way the world communicated, as well as transforming the computer, music, film, and wireless industries.

The presidential honor for Jobs comes with sixteen other recipients including Simone Biles, Sister Simone Campbell, Juliette Garcia, Gabrielle Giffords, Fred Grey, Father Alexander Carlautos, Khizr Khan, Sandra Lindsay, John McCain (posthumously), Diane Nash, Megan Rapinoe . Alan Simpson, Richard Trumka (posthumously), Wilma Watt, Denzel Washington and Raul Yazaguire. The awards will be presented at the White House on Thursday, July 7.

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