According to Bloomberg, El Jobso is going to be a no-show for this year’s Shareholder meeting.  Dare we ask?

Steve Jobs, his first absence since he reclaimed leadership of the company more than a decade ago.

The Feb. 25 meeting — a day after Jobs’s 54th birthday — will give shareholders the opportunity to question executives and Apple’s directors, who have remained silent about the CEO’s health since he went on medical leave last month. It is also earlier in the year than usual; for the past 10 years, Apple has held the meeting in March, April or May.


 This follows a weekend report that Stevo’s been cutting back on the iChatin’

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