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Today in Apple hi: Steve Jobs leaves and rejoins Apple

Twice this day, Steve Jobs shows a big move with regard to Apple’s career. In 1985, he quits the company he co-founded. Later, after more than 20 years, he officially joins Apple as a new interim CEO.

In terms of emotions related to such historical opportunities, it is difficult to think of two more polarized days in Jobs’ life.

Steve Jobs left Apple in 1985

Jobs’ withdrawal in 1985 is now well known. After losing the boardroom battle with John Scully, CEO Jobs recruited from Pepsi several years ago. Jobs left Apple and felt that he left the company that helped the start.

Jobs continued rumors that Jobs resigned and establishing a rival company after resigning AAPL stock holdings officially retired on 16th September 1985 reached 21.43 million dollars lasted several weeks. He was involved in launching Jobs’ follow-up computer company NeXT Inc.

NeXT was never a success he wanted. And in several ways, the company exhibited the worst aspect of Jobs’ perfectionist “feature creep” trend. However, NeXT occupied a very important time in his life and enhanced its ability as a CEO.

Also during this period, he became a billionaire for investment in Pixar Animation Studios. Jobs is struggling George Lucas’ startup (yes, It George Lucas) had not released the first feature film yet.

Steve Jobs returns to Apple in 1997

By sold NeXT to Apple for $ 400 million in December 1996, Jobs returned twice as much as Cupertino. Apple was still managed by CEO Gil Amelio who oversaw Apple’s worst accounting quarter. When Amelio left, Jobs suggested that Apple help to find a new leadership. He stepped into the role of the CEO until he found the right person.

Jobs, a UNIX-based operating system developed at NeXT, provided the foundation of OS X, which Apple continues to build.

On September 16, 1997, Apple officially announced Jobs as interim CEO. This was quickly shortened to iCEO and Jobs’ role was the first “i” release before iMac G3.

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