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STEVE JOBS

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Transcript of STEVE JOBS

CAREER
Home of Paul and Clara Jobs, on Crist Drive in Los Altos, California. Steve Jobs formed Apple Computer in its garage with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in 1976. Wayne stayed only a short time, leaving Jobs and Wozniak as the primary co-founders of the company.
IN 1976
BUT?
Where did they get the investment?
They funded their entrepreneurial venture after Jobs sold his Volkswagen bus and Wozniak sold his beloved scientific calculator.
APPLE
PRESENTED BY:
Habib ur Rehman
INTRODUCTION
BORN in 24 feburay 1955
DIED on 5 october 2011
SPOUSE
Laurene Powell
CHILDRENS

• Reed Jobs
•Erin Siena Jobs
•Eve Jobs
EDUCATION
•Monta Loma Elementary School
•Reed College, Cupertino Junior High School
•Homestead High School (1972)
PARENTS
•Paul Jobs (step father)
•Clara Jobs (step mother)
•Joanne Carole Schieble
•John Jandali
(STEVEN PUAL JOBS)
He was an American entrepreneur.He is best known as the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc.
Jobs also co-founded and served as chief executive of (Pixar Animation Studios).
He is also the founder of NeXT, a computer platform development company specializing in the higher-education and business markets.
As well as he was one of the Board of directors of THE WALT DISNEY COMPAY.
And he was the largest single shareholder of Walt Disney Company's with approximately seven percent of the company's stock.
EARLY LIFE
PARENTS:
Joanne Simpson
John Jandali
Biological parents
Guardians
Clara Jobs
Paul jobs
EARLY EDUCATION
Monta Loma Elementary School
COLLEGE
Reed College,Portland, Oregon
HIGH SCHOOL
Homestead High School
"Very few people, especially back then had any idea what chips were, how they worked and what they could do. I had designed many computers so I was way ahead of him in electronics and computer design, but we still had common interests. We both had pretty much sort of an independent attitude about things in the world. ..."
Wozniak said
FIRST JOB
IN 1974
Jobs took a position as a video game designer with Atari.
1979
The Apple1 earned the corporation $774,000.
They release the Apple's second model, the Apple II
sales increased by 700 percent, to $139 million
1980
Apple Computer became a publically traded company,with a market value of $1.2 billion on the very first day of trading.
1984
Apple released the Macintosh.
Marketing the computer as a piece of a counter culture lifestyle: romantic, youthful, creative.
Apple suffered significant design flaws resulting in recalls and consumer disappointment.
Despite positive sales and performance superior to IBM's PCs, the Macintosh was still not IBM compatible
1985-1987
Jobs resigned as Apple's CEO to begin a new hardware and software company called NeXT, Inc.
The following year Jobs purchased an animation company from George Lucas, which later became Pixar Animation Studios.
Believing in Pixar's potential, Jobs initially invested $50 million of his own money into the company. Pixar Studios went on to produce wildly popular animation films
1.Finding Nemo
2.Toy Story
3.The Incredibles
1996
Apple announced that it would buy NeXT for $427 million.
So it brings back Jobs to the company he co-founded with steve.
Jobs put Apple back on track. His ingenious products such as the iMac, effective branding campaigns, and stylish designs caught the attention of consumers once again.
2003-2004
In 2003 Jobs discovered that he had a neuroendocrine tumor, a rare but operable form of pancreatic cancer. Instead of immediately opting for surgery, Jobs chose to alter his pescovegetarian diet while weighing Eastern treatment options
. In 2004, he had a successful surgery to remove the pancreatic tumor.
2006
On January 24, 2006, Jobs and Iger announced that Disney had agreed to purchase Pixar in an all-stock transaction worth $7.4 billion.
When the deal closed, Jobs became The Walt Disney Company's largest single shareholder with approximately seven percent of the company's stock.
Upon completion of the merger, Jobs received 7% of Disney shares, and joined the Board of Directors as the largest individual shareholder.
2007-2011
Apple introduced such revolutionary products as the Macbook Air, iPod, iPad and iPhone, all of which have dictated the evolution of modern technology.
In 2007, Apple's quarterly reports were the company's most impressive statistics to date. Stocks were worth a record-breaking $199.99 a share, and the company boasted a staggering $1.58 billion dollar profit, an $18 billion dollar surplus in the bank, and zero debt.
JOBS LEADERSHIP LESSON
1. Persistence is the key
2. Innovation brings leadership
END OF GREAT ENTREPRENEUR
CONCLUSION:
"Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact, and that is, everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you ... the minute that you understand that you can poke life ... that you can change it, you can mould it ... that's maybe the most important thing."
He said:
"I remember sitting in his backyard in his garden one day and he started talking about God. He said, "Sometimes I believe in God, sometimes I don't. I think it's 50-50 maybe. But ever since I've had cancer, I've been thinking about it more. And I find myself believing a bit more. I kind of-- maybe it's 'cause I want to believe in an afterlife. That when you die, it doesn't just all disappear. The wisdom you've accumulated. Somehow it lives on, but sometimes I think it's just like an on-off switch. Click and you're gone." He said-- paused again, and he said, "And that's why I don't like putting on-off switches on Apple devices."
Where they get the investment?
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