Apple’s first CEO was named — you can’t make this up — Michael Scott.... | by Trung Phan

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Apple’s first CEO was named — you can’t make this up — Michael Scott. When Apple went public in 1980, he owned 5.6% of the company ... compared to Steve Jobs (15.0%) and Steve Wozniak (7.9%) t.co/qbNkU53Wrl

More on Markkula, who owned 14% of Apple at IPO: ◻️First outside check ($250k in 1977) ◻️Was one of first 3 employees and owned up to 30% of Apple ◻️ Big early contributions and actually hired Michael Scott t.co/jTp4VeTg9l t.co/pe7riNLQ32

Here’s the Apple Michael Scott. He left Apple in 1981 (replaced by Markkula as CEO): t.co/cOZEYAS2lB t.co/xjqKpK5y5K

No wonder the iPad is “paper thin” t.co/OmHsRukMPx

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