Aston Kutcher: Actor takes on tech idol Steve Jobs in ‘jOBS’

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The film also shows Jobs‘ less appealing side, withholding stock options from some of the company’s original employees and denying child support to the mother of his eldest child.

Mr. Kutcher still found the man inspiring. Jobs had a singular focus, Mr. Kutcher said, and felt that anyone could change the world.

“I don’t know if there’s ever been an entrepreneur who’s had more compassion and care for his consumer than Steve Jobs,” Mr. Kutcher said. “He wanted to put something in your hand that you could use and you could use it easily… and he really cared about that.”

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