As Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs made clear, he often wasn’t the nicest boss around.
But this anecdote from Adam Lashinsky’s Inside Apple marks a new high for Steve’s legendary irascibility.
Once, Lashinsky says, a neighbour’s daughter came to Steve’s house selling girl-scout cookies. Instead of buying a few boxes and tossing them in the trash–the more-typical neighborly response from a non-sugar fan–Steve apparently ripped her a new one.
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