Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different - Part 2: Chapters 12, 13, 14 Summary & Analysis

Karen Blumenthal
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By 2005, Jobs had grown Apple sales to $2 billion in just ten years. Jobs had still been chairman when he suggested that Apple should pursue sales at universities where scientists and others needed to run multiple simulations. The board was open to his starting a new company under the Apple umbrella until they learned that he was stealing Apple personnel. Jobs resigned claiming in writing that the company’s reorganization had left him without work and with no access to routine management reports. He was only thirty, he wrote, and still had a lot to give.

Apple sued him for taking company secrets with him. It was settled with Jobs agreeing not to target Apple’s market. He sold his stock and made over $100 million. He kept one share so he could still attend shareholders’ meetings. Taking advantage of the ideas that Jobs had...

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