Steve Jobs missed Apple’s annual company meeting on Wednesday — 24 hours after RadarOnline.com published a world exclusive video of the computer kingpin appearing gaunt and frail.
As we had reported, investors went to the pow-wow desperate to vote on a resolution sponsored by an Illinois pension fund that would force the board to adopt and publish a "succession planning policy".
However, the rogue group couldn't muster enough votes to force the company to disclose succession plans despite its guarded approach to the health of Jobs.
The inventor of the iPod, iPhone and iPad is receiving treatment at the same cancer clinic where Hollywood star Patrick Swayze was a patient in his final days.
It's unknown whether Jobs' current health battle is related to his liver transplant from 2009, or whether the pancreatic cancer he previously defeated has returned, or if indeed there is a new problem.