Interesting video showing Ron Wayne, Apple’s third and “forgotten” co-founder, who worked with Jobs at Atari and designed Apple’s first logo.

He sold his 10 percent share in the company 12 days after Apple was started.

Um.. wow.

In an interview with Bloomberg TV two days after Jobs announced he would be resigning as CEO, Wayne, joined by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, shared his take on Apple’s early days and working with Jobs in the 1970s.

Very interesting…

 

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  • Rodney Jenkins

    Great video. Steve Jobs will be remembered as one of the greatest who ever did the business thing…