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With two days left in the month, Apple (AAPL) says CEO Steve Jobs has returned to work, as promised.
After taking a nearly six-month medical leave, for what was later reported as a liver transplant, Jobs is back and in the office, at least on a part-time basis, according to media reports.
The less-than-transparent details of Jobs' health saga has put the company under scrutiny for not disclosing enough information to shareholders. Critics say Jobs plays a strong role atop the tech device shop and that investors would rightly want to know about any serious health risks he faces.
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