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  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • Return to the Little Kingdom
  • Michael Moritz
  • English
  • 27 February 2018
  • 9781590202814

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Summary Ü PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Michael Moritz Michael Moritz ☆ 2 Free read Read & download Return to the Little Kingdom In 1984 The Little Kingdom The Private Story of Apple Computer told the story of Apple's first decade alongside the histories of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak Now completely revised and expanded Return to the Little Kingdom is the definitive biography of Apple and its founders from the ver The Magic of the Little Kingdom Steve Jobs and Apple reminds one an awful lot of Walt Disney It is no coincidence then that Steve Jobs went on to become the largest shareholder in Disney through their purchase of Pixar The traits and story inevitably lead both men to Magic and KingdomsThis is the best of the myriad books on Apple and Jobs chronicling the early days of the company Michael Moritz has a distinct view as a reporter and future leader of Seuoia in seeing the business from an early vantage point that is deeply rooted in an entrepreneurial mindsetIf you are looking for a deeper understanding of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak The LIttle Kingdom offers greater color and perspective than the highly polished personas that we now associated with black turtlenecks and fuzzy bears In the early days Woz was still generous and genius but also his humorous and fun loving wild side show through in recounting the rock parties and Reno trips Steve Jobs was curious adventurous and definitely a rule breaker from his infamous lack of bathing at Atari or his free spirited experimentation in multiple domains As he aged and matured Steve Jobs grew into the refined presenter we know in our minds eye His early days were still the youthful rebel that persona was at once loved and hated yet his relentless pursuit of perfection drove the dream to become The Little KingdomIf you want to know about where it all started than where it ends pick up this read and thank Michael Moritz for the trip KING ver The Magic of the Little Kingdom Steve Jobs and Apple reminds one an awful lot of Walt Disney It is no coincidence then that Steve Jobs went on to become the largest shareholder in Disney through their purchase of Pixar The traits and story inevitably lead both men to Magic and KingdomsThis is the best of the myriad books on Apple and Jobs chronicling the early days of the company Michael Moritz has a distinct Ty jesteś moje imię view as a reporter and future leader of Seuoia in seeing the business from an early The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy vantage point that is deeply rooted in an entrepreneurial mindsetIf you are looking for a deeper understanding of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak The LIttle Kingdom offers greater color and perspective than the highly polished personas that we now associated with black turtlenecks and fuzzy bears In the early days Woz was still generous and genius but also his humorous and fun loving wild side show through in recounting the rock parties and Reno trips Steve Jobs was curious adventurous and definitely a rule breaker from his infamous lack of bathing at Atari or his free spirited experimentation in multiple domains As he aged and matured Steve Jobs grew into the refined presenter we know in our minds eye His early days were still the youthful rebel that persona was at once loved and hated yet his relentless pursuit of perfection drove the dream to become The Little KingdomIf you want to know about where it all started than where it ends pick up this read and thank Michael Moritz for the trip

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Summary Ü PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Michael Moritz Michael Moritz ☆ 2 Free read Read & download Return to the Little Kingdom An insider's profile of Jobs whose genius made Apple the powerhouse it is today Reuired reading for everyone who's ever listened to music on an iPod Return to the Little Kingdom is timely and thorough and the only book that explains how Steve Jobs founded the company that changed our wor After reading The Apple Revolution I discovered Return to the Little Kingdom subtitled How Apple and Steve Jobs Changed the World It s not just another book about Apple for 2 reasons it was written in 1984 so when Apple Inc was still Apple Computer Inc and it was written by Michael Moritz then a journalist at Time Magazine but today one of the most famous venture capitalists with investments in Yahoo and Google just to mention two although I must add that he has a rare medical condition which can be managed but is incurable and a result he stepped back as managing director of Seuoia CapitalIt s not that it adds a lot to the Apple Revolution so no need to read both Now there are very interesting lessons the best for me was probably in the Epilogue In 1984 faced with the challenge of managing a fast growing company in an increasingly competitive business the board of directors were faced with the most important task that confronts any board selecting a person to run the company Only in retrospect have I come to understand the immense risk associated with hiring an outsider It is not an accident that most of the great companies of yesterday and today have during their heydays been run or controlled by the people who gave them life The founder acting with an owner s instincts will have the confidence authority and skills to lead Experience is of little use in a young fast growing company in a new business that has a different pulse and unfamiliar rhythm Experience is the safe choice but often the wrong one Moritz gave also some details about employee shares Here are the things I learnt Both Jobs and Wozniak initially had 8 320 000 shares which they paid 2 65448 so a price per share of 000032 in March 1977 Then Markkula bought the same 8 320 000 shares but for an amount of 91 000 so a price per share of 001094 in November 1977 The three of them were called the Promoters of the company Then shares were sold to employees 1 280 000 to Michael Scott at a price per share of 001 in November 1977 and again 1 920 000 at 009 in August 1978 800 000 to Frederick Holt at 001 in November 1977 and again 960 000 at 009 in August 1978 Same with Gene Carter 160 000 to Gene Carter at 009 in June 1978 and 160 000 to at 009 in January 1979 It should be noticed that employees were ranked as 1 Stephen Wozniak 2 Steven Jobs 3 Mike Markkula 4 Bill Fernandez had no share 5 Frederick Holt 6 Randy Wiggington no info on his shares 7 Mike Scott CEO 8 Chris Espinosa had no share 9 Sherry Livingston first assistant had shares 10 Gary Martin Accounting 11 Don Bruener had no share 12 Dan Kottke had no share 13 John Draper 14 Mike Wagner 15 Donna Whitner 16 Wendell SanderUnknown Gene Carter had 320 000 sharesUnknown Jim Martindale 34 Elmer Baum had no shareJobs was so competitive he did not like to be 2 so he asked to be 0 Buit Scott refused Scott gave himself his number as a reference to 007Wozniak sold some stock to Fayez Sorfim Richard Kramlich and Ann Bowers Noyce s wife In the summer of 1979 Apple sold a total of 7M if existing shares are counted Markkula and Jobs sold about 1M each The Wozplan enabled some people including employees who had no shares so buy some of his Road-map to the Indians Treasure venture capitalists with investments in Yahoo and Google just to mention two although I must add that he has a rare medical condition which can be managed but is incurable and a result he stepped back as managing director of Seuoia CapitalIt s not that it adds a lot to the Apple Revolution so no need to read both Now there are Green dog trumpet and other stories very interesting lessons the best for me was probably in the Epilogue In 1984 faced with the challenge of managing a fast growing company in an increasingly competitive business the board of directors were faced with the most important task that confronts any board selecting a person to run the company Only in retrospect have I come to understand the immense risk associated with hiring an outsider It is not an accident that most of the great companies of yesterday and today have during their heydays been run or controlled by the people who gave them life The founder acting with an owner s instincts will have the confidence authority and skills to lead Experience is of little use in a young fast growing company in a new business that has a different pulse and unfamiliar rhythm Experience is the safe choice but often the wrong one Moritz gave also some details about employee shares Here are the things I learnt Both Jobs and Wozniak initially had 8 320 000 shares which they paid 2 65448 so a price per share of 000032 in March 1977 Then Markkula bought the same 8 320 000 shares but for an amount of 91 000 so a price per share of 001094 in November 1977 The three of them were called the Promoters of the company Then shares were sold to employees 1 280 000 to Michael Scott at a price per share of 001 in November 1977 and again 1 920 000 at 009 in August 1978 800 000 to Frederick Holt at 001 in November 1977 and again 960 000 at 009 in August 1978 Same with Gene Carter 160 000 to Gene Carter at 009 in June 1978 and 160 000 to at 009 in January 1979 It should be noticed that employees were ranked as 1 Stephen Wozniak 2 Steven Jobs 3 Mike Markkula 4 Bill Fernandez had no share 5 Frederick Holt 6 Randy Wiggington no info on his shares 7 Mike Scott CEO 8 Chris Espinosa had no share 9 Sherry Livingston first assistant had shares 10 Gary Martin Accounting 11 Don Bruener had no share 12 Dan Kottke had no share 13 John Draper 14 Mike Wagner 15 Donna Whitner 16 Wendell SanderUnknown Gene Carter had 320 000 sharesUnknown Jim Martindale 34 Elmer Baum had no shareJobs was so competitive he did not like to be 2 so he asked to be 0 Buit Scott refused Scott gave himself his number as a reference to 007Wozniak sold some stock to Fayez Sorfim Richard Kramlich and Ann Bowers Noyce s wife In the summer of 1979 Apple sold a total of 7M if existing shares are counted Markkula and Jobs sold about 1M each The Wozplan enabled some people including employees who had no shares so buy some of his