Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Net Worth was $10, 2 Billion

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$10, 2 Billion

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Steve Jobs net worth

Nickname: Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs

Date of birth: the 24th of February, 1955

Date of death: the 5th of October, 2011

Profession: designer, inventor, entrepreneur

Nationality: United States of America

Source of wealth: Apple Inc., Pixar

Steve Jobs was an outstanding American entrepreneur, inventor and designer, who co-founded famous Apple Inc. It was Steve, who guided the invention of a number of new technologies, like iPad and iPhone. Jobs managed to save $10, 2 billion net worth to the moment of his death. He managed to get such a great income as the CEO of Apple and as the holder of Pixar stock.

Now Steve’s name is one of the most popular on the planet. But he had made a long way to his stardom. Jobs was born by Joanne Schieble, who gave the baby for adoption, when he was just 1 week old. Steve was brought up by Paul Jobs and Clara Hagopian. His adoptive parents tried their best to educate the boy, but he left Reed College as couldn’t understand, why he needed that studying. Unexpectedly, it had become one of the best decisions in his life.

The other great decision was made in 1976, when Steve Jobs and his friend Steve Wozniak co-founded the company Apple. In fact, two young engineers invented the first personal computer in the world, but nobody was interested in their invention and refused to develop their ideas.

So, Wozniak, Jobs and their partner Ronald Wayne founded their own company and created the first PC, named Apple I. The first computer was sold in the nearest electronic shop and its cost was $666, 66 as Steve liked identical numbers. PC had a modest success. Soon Jobs improved PC and called it Apple II. That computer had become the most popular in the world and made an adopted child Steve Jobs a celebrity and a billionaire.

Although Steve Jobs died from pancreatic cancer in 2011, his company remains one of the most profitable in the world. 



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