Pixar Names Building After Steve Jobs

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Pixar has named a building after Steve Jobs, an acknowledgement of the Apple co-founder’s role in that company’s success.

The studio, now a unit of Walt Disney Pictures, put Jobs’ name above the main entrance of Pixar’s main building, according to The PIxar Times. The tribute, which comes 13 months after Jobs’ death, follows another commemoration for Jobs during the end credits of the studio’s last film, Brave.

Originally a maker of high-end computers spun off from George Lucas’ Lucasfilm, the company slowly changed course after employee John Lasseter created animated films to show off Pixar’s computers’ capabilities. In 1986, Jobs, who was estranged from Apple at the time, beca…
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