Sales clerks work at an Apple store in Manila as a placard mourns the death of Apple co-founder and chairman Steve Jobs (portrait) on October 7, 2011. The world mourned the premature passing of the Apple visionary, who revolutionised computers and transformed modern life with inventions like the iPhone and iPad. Steve Jobs died at 56 of pancreatic cancer on October 5.
Well, the Apple 1, there where only 200 built and they came out of the garage of Steve Jobs. And then Apple had a trading programme, because they wanted to bring them back, so they destroyed a lot of trade ins. So, it was about 46 of them today. So, it's really the holy grail of collectable technology.
Here when you have somebody who comes back from the past ... say Michael Dell [at Dell], we've seen that or Howard Schultz of Starbucks [and] of course the legendary move of the return to power of Steve Jobs [at Apple], it can be great.More quotes »
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