Reports: Steve Jobs returns to Apple
Apple employees and a reporter say they saw Apple's CEO at company headquarters. The sightings come just days after a report surfaced that he may have had a liver transplant
Apple CEO Steve Jobs apparently returned to Apple on Monday.
Of course, there is no way to know whether Jobs started working again or merely stopped by the campus before his scheduled return next week.
Over the weekend, speculation on Jobs' health escalated as a Wall Street Journal report surfaced of ain Tennessee two months ago. Apple continued its normal terse response on his health, telling the Journal that Jobs "continues to look forward to returning at the end of June, and there's nothing further to say."
Apple announced in January that Jobs would take a leave of absence to recuperate from a --the reason given for his obvious weight loss and gaunt appearance.
In 2004, Jobs underwent surgery for a rare form of pancreatic cancer, which some speculated had returned when Jobs took his leave from the company.
Coinciding with the Jobs sightings: his first statement since taking the leave of absence. It came early Monday in a press release noting thatwere sold in their first three days.