APPLE MESSIAH Steve Jobs will be back at work in June as planned.
Jobs, who went on a leave of absence in January for health reasons, made an appearance at the announcement of Apple's results yesterday.
There had been concerns that his pancreatic cancer might have resurfaced and his time off was really his last chance at fighting it. Apple has been secretive about Jobs's health since his bout with pancreatic cancer in 2004 and largely ignored concerns voiced by shareholders and the press when he clearly started to lose a lot of weight last year.
At Apple's conference call, chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer confirmed that Jobs is better and will be at his desk again full time in June. µ
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