Leadership of Human Resources in Education and Training
CEO Apple Inc.
Steve Paul Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco to two university graduates, Joanne Carole Schieble and John Jandali who were dating at the time. Schieble’s family strongly objected to Carla’s relationship with John. Just before Steve Jobs was born, uncertain situations and life conditions forced John to make a very difficult decision to put the baby up for adoption. Shortly after he was born, Steve Jobs was adopted by Reinhold and Carla Jobs. According to Steve Jobs speech at the Stanford University commencement ceremony, his biological mother Carla Schieble insisted that parents who would adopt him need to be college graduates. Later Schieble learned that neither of the Jobs that adopted him had graduated from college, but still signed the adoption papers after they promised her that the child would be encouraged and supported to attend college as she wished. Steven jobs showed a lot of interest to technology at a young age, when his family had moved to Los Altos California, he found himself surrounded by many famous companies such as Hewlett Packard. During his high school Steve met Wozniak, a genius computer programmer. The two were hired at Hewlett Packard .Steve Jobs had dropped out of college but informally continued his education by taking courses that only interested him. In 1976 Jobs and Wozniak started Apple computers from his family garage. The first apple computer that they made did not sell very well but with the creation apple two the business started booming. Apple went public on December 12 1980, with a value of 1.2 billion dollars its first day. A few years after , Apple lost its market share to IBM, by 1985 Apple forced Jobs to resign. When Jobs was fired from the company that he founded, he was very good picking up himself and move on to start another company on his own which...
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