In recent news, it was announced that Steve Jobs and Laurene Powell Jobs are now the sole owners of Arctic Fox, LLC. The company is a mobile app development company headquartered in Cupertino, California. It was founded by Steve Jobs and iPod co-founder Tony Fadell in 2002.

Jobs stepped down as CEO of Apple in August 2011 but remained on the Board of Directors. Prior to founding Arctic Fox he served as CTO at NeXT from 1990-97, where he led the development of the operating system for the first MP3 player – the dearly departed Revolutionary Player (Figure 1).

Fadell left NeXT in 1997 and started up Playfish (now Zynga) with his colleague Jonathan Fischer. They were also original members of Apple’s early engineering team which developedSTEP/2 computer software used to design products such as McIntosh reproducer models and early iMacs (Figure 2).
The sale comes after years of rumors about its ownership structure, due to sparse financial disclosures by both Jobs and Powell Jobs since they divested their majority stake in 2010 following Jobs’ death. However they have kept a minority stake through two subsequent rounds of investment totaling $200 million each since then apparently staving off potential attempts by other buyers interested not only in taking over Arctic Fox outright but also seeing what role Apple might play should it come under competitive pressure

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