Two years ago, Apple was officially valued at $1 trillion. Last month, it doubled that: $2 trillion.
With that milestone, I’d like to look back quite some time ago, at a small piece of history, when Apple was a much smaller company.
It’s about what Steve Jobs did when Apple’s first small lead in the marketplace for personal computers was threatened.
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