The Steve Jobs' job saga at Apple Computer is over as he has decided not to take the chief executive's position - again. Since he joined the company as interim CEO last July, rumours that Jobs would take the position permanently have continuously surrounded Apple. Jobs has made ambiguous statements about his plans, fuelling speculation that he would fail to find a suitable candidate to take over the reins and end up taking the job himself. Jobs said two weeks ago that he would give his final answer after returning from Hawaii. He returned last week and told analysts at a briefing held by Pixar, the animation studio that he runs, that he will not become permanent CEO at Apple. Jobs said he expects to return to Pixar full-time in January, though he will continue to help the Apple board look for a CEO. Lawrence Levy, chief financial officer at Pixar, said Jobs was honest about his job this week. "Nothing has changed and he is the interim CEO of Apple and they will put in a new CEO by the end of the year," he said.
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