Steve Jobs: The Life And Legacy Of An Innovator


An Apple IPO

In 1980, Apple went public. In the first day's trading, Apple's market value skyrocketed to a whopping $1.2 billion, making a then-25-year-old Steve Jobs worth $239 million.

Jobs would become Apple chairman the following year and in 1983 he wooed Pepsi President John Sculley to take the reins as Apple CEO.

 




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