Steven Paul Jobs was born on February 24, 1995, in San Francisco, California. His biological parents were Joanne Schieble and Abdulfattah Jandali, two U of Wisconsin graduates. Jobs was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs when his biological parents had given him up for adoption during infancy.
Jobs’ mother was an accountant, while his father was a Coast Guard veteran and a machinist. The Jobs live in Mountain View, California, near the area that would later be known as Silicon Valley. Growing up, Jobs and his father …show more content…
But, instead of immediately going for surgery, Jobs postponed his surgery for nine months. In 2004, Jobs got his surgery completed due to nervous BOD’s. The executives feared that the shareholders would sell their stocks if they found out that the CEO was sick.
Innovations Apple introduced revolutionary products like the Macbook Air, iPod, and iPhone; some of the many Apple products that set the bar for technology today. As soon as an Apple product is released, consumers scramble to get their hands on one. In fact, Apple had boasted a mind-blowing $1.58 billion profit, $18 billion in surplus, and ZERO debt. In the business world, those are tremendous numbers.
His Final Years On October 5, 2011, Apple announced on its website that its co-founder, Steve Jobs had passed away. For nearly a decade, Jobs had fought a losing battle against pancreatic cancer. Jobs was 56 years old when he died in Palo Alto, California.
Steve Jobs co-founded the modern technology giant Apple; yet, Steve Jobs is remembered more than Steve Wozniak, the founder of Apple. Why? Because it was Jobs who led his company through hard times and turned it into what it is now. Steve Jobs was a great man, with humble