Accidental Millionaire: The Rise and Fall of Steve Jobs at Apple Computer

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Paragon House, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
Relates the meteoric rise to power of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Computer, his career at Apple and his influence on the personal computer field, and his eventual ouster from the company that began in his parents' garage

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A fascinating unauthorized biography of Apple co-founder Steven Jobs, this also provides a history of Apple Computer, Inc., and insights into the personal computer industry. At times, Butcher seems ... Read full review


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Lee Butcher is an award-winning journalist with thirty years of experience reporting and writing for newspapers, magazines, and television. He is the former editor of several newspapers and magazines, including Florida Trend, Texas Business, San Jose Business Journal, and The Staunton Mirror. Butcher studied writing at The Handy Colony and taught journalism for three years at The University of South Florida. He is the author of eight nonfiction books, including Sex, Money and Murder and For a Mother's Love, which were published by Pinnacle.

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