On October 5th, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died of cancer at 56, leaving a legacy that shaped the computer, music, film, and wireless industries. In his garage, the Reed College dropout invented Apple. Jobs founded the Macintosh in 1976 and was sacked nine years later after a power dispute with John Sculley, the company’s CEO. In 1996, he returned to Apple. Due to Disney’s acquisition of Pixar in 2006, most of his wealth came from Disney at the time of his death; as the largest individual shareholder, he controlled nearly $4.47 billion in Disney stock.
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