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Apple Co-Founder Tells Us Why He Sold His Share For $800

September 16, 2023
00:00 52:45
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In this episode, we have the privilege of speaking with Ronald Wayne, one of the original co-founders of Apple Inc. Ronald shares his unique perspective on the early days of Apple, his contributions, and his role in creating the company's first logo.

Episode Highlights:

The Birth of Apple: Ronald Wayne recounts the events leading up to the founding of Apple Computer, Inc. in 1976, shedding light on the vision and passion that fueled this iconic tech startup.

Working with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak: Gain insights into what it was like to collaborate with the legendary Steve Jobs and the technical genius of Steve Wozniak during the company's formative years.

Creating the First Apple Logo: Discover Ronald Wayne's pivotal role in designing the company's very first logo and how it symbolized the values and aspirations of Apple.
The Apple I: Learn about the development of the Apple I computer, the company's first product, and the challenges and successes it brought.

Ronald's Decision to Leave Apple: Explore the reasons behind Ronald Wayne's decision to sell his shares in Apple just days after the company's founding and how that decision has impacted his life.

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