Steve Jobs on '60 Minutes' (video roundup)

A video tour of Steve Jobs' career through the lens of the CBS news magazine.

A video tour of Steve Jobs' career through the lens of the CBS news magazine.

What drove Steve Jobs?

In a rare 2003 interview, Steve Jobs talks about how collaborating on products that have the ability to influence people's experiences and the world was what motivated him.

Jobs: I was basically fired from Apple

In a 2003 interview, Steve Jobs talks about leaving Apple at the age of 30 and told "60 Minutes" what he considered to be his biggest strength and weakness.

Steve Jobs and the Beatles

Steve Jobs explains why he modeled his business after the Beatles in a 2003 "60 Minutes" interview. Jobs says that "great things in business are never done by one person."

Steve Jobs and Pixar: How it started

Did you know that Steve Jobs helped develop the computer animation film studio Pixar? In a "60 Minutes" interview in 2003, Jobs opens up about how it all started.

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