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Person Worth Speaking About

  • Date Submitted: 01/12/2013 03:03 PM
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Hello. My topic is a person worth speaking about. I think that Steve Jobs is a person worth speaking about. Steve Jobs was an American entrepreneur. He is best known as the co-founder and chairman of Apple Inc. I am going to speak about his career and businees life.
So when Jobs returned to the U.S. from India , he renewed his friendship with Wozniak, who had been trying to build a small computer. To Wozniak, it was just a hobby, but   Jobs convinced Wozniak to go into business with him. In 1975, the 20-year-old Jobs and Wozniak set up shop in Jobs' parents' garage.   In 1977, they introduced the Apple II -- the first personal computer with color graphics and a keyboard. But by 1980, Apple's shine was starting to wear off. For Jobs, this turn of events spelled serious trouble. Stripped of all power and control, Jobs eventually sold his shares of Apple stock in 1985. Then he began paying more attention to his other business, Pixar Animation Studios, which he had purchased   in 1986. After cutting a three-picture deal with Disney, Jobs set out to create the first ever computer-animated feature film. Four years in the making, "Toy Story" was a certified smash hit. Within days of Pixar's arrival on the stock market, Apple re-appointed Jobs to Apple's board of directors as an advisor to Apple chairman.   It was an act of desperation on Apple's part. Against all odds, Steve Jobs pulled the company he founded and loved back from the brink. Apple once again was healthy and products that made the Apple name synonymous with innovation. Despite his professional successes, Jobs struggled with health issues. "I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Appleā€™s director, I would be the first to let you know," Jobs said in a letter announcing his resignation. "Unfortunately, that day has come."
Steve Jobs is worth speaking about, because he will go down in history as one of the greatest directors and technological innovators...


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