Steve Jobs inducted into Bay Area Council Business Hall of Fame

Jobs colleague Eddy Cue wins raves for acceptance speech on Jobs' behalf

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Credit: Bay Area Council

Steve Jobs earned his fair share of awards during his lifetime (including the National Medal of Technology), and honors continue to come his way even 2 years after this death.

This past week Jobs was inducted into the Bay Area Council Hall of Fame, and Apple SVP Eddy Cue, who worked alongside Jobs for a couple of decades, accepted the award in a speech many are lauding. Cue's short but sweet speech, in which he described Jobs as a close friend and a product innovator with an amazing attention to detail, can be heard about 10 minutes into this video.

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Also inducted: Oracle Chief Larry Ellison, who also spoke about Jobs.

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