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<h1 color="black" id="name" font-size="40px" >Steve Jobs</h1>
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<h2 id="descriptor"> The man who made Apple.</h2>
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alt="SteveJobsPhoto">Steve Jobs Photo.
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<p class="lead" text-style="Monospace" text-align:"center">“People with passion can change the world for the better.”
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<li> 1955. STEVE JOBS is born in San Francisco to a Syrian Muslim grad student named Abdulfattah, and an American classmate. They put him up for adoption.</li>
<li> 1972. He drops out of his first semester of college in Portland, Oregon, earns money by returning Coke bottles, and scores free meals at the local Hare Krishna temple.</li>
<li> 1974 – 1975. He quits his first job at Atari to backpack across India, take psychedelic drugs, convert to Buddhism, and shaves his head. Experiences that he credits with shaping his creative vision.</li>
<li>1976. STEVE JOBS and STEVE WOZNIAK form Apple Computers and build their first personal computer . . . in Jobs’ parents’ garage.</li>
<li> 1977. Apple releases the Apple Two, which becomes the first widely-used personal computer in the world.</li>
<li> 1980. Apple goes public. After one day of trading, Jobs is worth $239 MILLION. He’s 25 years old.</li>
<li> 1983. Apple announces “Lisa,” the first computer to be controlled using a MOUSE. It fails. The mouse will go on to become a vital part of basically every computer made in the next 28 years.</li>
<li> 1984. Apple launches the Macintosh, a desktop computer with the screen built in. One year later, Jobs would leave Apple.</li>
<li> 1986. Jobs buys Pixar Animation Studios for $10 MILLION. In 1995 they release “Toy Story”, the first movie made entirely with computer animation. It changes animation forever. When Pixar goes public, Jobs becomes a billionaire.</li>
<li> 1996. With Apple dying and about to be sold or killed off, Jobs returns, and becomes CEO. He takes a salary of $1.</li>
<li> 1998. Apple releases the iMac. It becomes the fastest-selling personal computer ever. Apple immediately returns to being profitable and makes money for four quarters in a row.</li>
<li> 2001. Apple introduces their first retail store and releases the iPod. There are now 357 Apple Stores. The iPod would capture more than a 75% market share and turned out to be the device that finally led digital music past the CD era.</li>
<li> 2003. Apple launches the iTunes music store. This began the transition away from illegal digital music downloading and toward people LEGALLY listening to music again.</li>
<li> 2007. Apple introduces the iPhone, the first phone with a touchscreen and no keyboard. It revolutionized the cell phone industry. </li>
<li> 2010. Apple introduces the iPad . . . a device no one even knew they needed until they tried one. Apple now has at least an 80% share of the tablet market and they’re used at 92% of Fortune 500 companies.</li>
<li>2011. Apple . . . the company Jobs started in his parents’ garage . . . is briefly the world’s most valuable company. On August 9th, for a few hours, Apple’s market cap hit $342 BILLION while ExxonMobil’s was at $341 BILLION.</li>
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<p>Steve Jobs <a href=""> Life History</a></p>
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<p style="color:gray">Tim Conroy</p>
<p>LinkedIn: <a href=""> Tim Conroy</a></p>
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