Jan 21, 2020

10 Great Business Lessons From Steve Jobs, The Founder Of Apple

The announcement of Steve Jobs' decision to quit as CEO of Apple may, on reflection, not be entirely unexpected, but it draws to a close one of the finest chapters in entrepreneurial history. The ailing Jobs, who took a medical leave of absence in 2009, said that the "day has come" where he can no longer carry out his duties as CEO. Steve Jobs leaves behind a company that recorded a thumping...

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