Steve Jobs, the cofounder of Apple, was critical of President Barack Obama's policies, saying the Administration had anti-business practices and while also crticicizing the nation's education system.

According to Walter Isaacson, the author of the biography 'Steve Jobs,' the Apple co-founder refused to meet the president in the fall of 2010 saying he would not meet him unless Obama personally asked him.

Jobs, after refusing to meet the president for five days, eventually told Obama:

"You're headed for a one-term presidency," and pointing out the presidents policies, saying they were not business-friendly. Jobs was critical of the public education system saying it is "crippled by union work rules" regarding teachers unions.

Jobs told Obama that principals should be allowed to hire and fire teachers based on merit, that schools stay open until 6pm and that they be open 11 months a year.