Apple co-founder R Wayne resigns, cashing $ 800 into his stake

April 12, 1976: The third Apple co-founder, a former Atari colleague of Steve Wozniak named R Wayne, who cashed in his Apple stock for ly $ 800.

Wayne, who owns a 10% stake in the company, throws in the towel after worrying that he does not have the time or energy to do it. correctly invest in Apple. He later receives an additial check for $ 1,500 to seal the case. When he collects, he loses an investment worth billis.

"I was 40 and those kids were in their twenties," says Wayne to Cult of Mac with reference to Wozniak and Steve Jobs. "They were whirlwinds – it was like having a tiger at the tail.If I stayed with Apple, I would probably have eliminated the richest man from the graveyard."

R Wayne draws the Original logo of Apple

  R Wayne draws the first logo of Apple. R Wayne draws the first logo of Apple. He tried to include his signature as part of the design, but Steve Jobs did remove it.
Image: Apple

Wayne made several ctributis to Apple. He designed the first logo of the company, a representati of woodcut style …

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