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Steve Jobs, founder of Apple Inc., died Wednesday at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, according to an announcement on the company website. As the former CEO of Apple, he became the force behind — and the face of — its transformation into a trend-setting, pop-culture phenomenon.
If the employer turnout at Tuesday’s career fair in White Plaza is any indication of the health of the job market, soon-to-be Stanford graduates could take a little heart. The annual fair, hosted by the Career Development Center (CDC), featured 268 employers, a slight improvement over the 215 employers who attended last year.