In a special issue of TIME magazine, 100 personalities and ideas are profiled. Among them is Apple's CEO:
The Steve Jobs wayThere are a few other people I'll write about either this weekend or early next week.
Jobs co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Wozniak in 1976, and a year later launched the Apple II -- the first desktop computer to have a built-in keyboard, built-in sound and could produce color graphics when hooked to a color television.
He was also the force behind the Macintosh, another of Apple's groundbreaking personal computers, only to be ousted from the company in an in-house power struggle in 1985.
But Jobs returned to Apple in late 1996, and began the process that restored the company to profitability.
Posted by ronn at April 22, 2004 10:35 PM