I, Steve: Steve Jobs in his Own Words Paperback 1 Nov 2011by George Beahm (Author, Editor)

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  • Paperback: 180 pages
  • Publisher: Collins Business (1 November 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9350292009
  • ISBN-13: 978-9350292006
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.2 x 19.8 cm

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I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words offers an insightful read for every business student, ardent users of the brand Apple, and for anyone searching for some inspiration and innovative guidelines to set up a business of their own.Apple, Inc. was the brain child of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. It was founded in 1976, with Jobs presiding as its CEO and chairman, till he finally decided to step down in the August of 2011. There was a whole lot of buzz, for people saw in this resignation the termination of a powerhouse business career that revolutionized the world of smart business.Jobs was a gifted businessman. He had the unparalleled vision to conceive mind-blowing designs in his mind, launch them in the market, and make people swoon.Steve Jobs changed the face of the "personal computer experience" and played a key role in running the world better through the use of his top notch products.Throughout his successful career, Jobs has been printed about, been televised, and has given several interviews. This book takes all forms of media - electronic, print, online - as its basis to present to the readers a wealth of quotes and significant sayings of this business pioneer on topics ranging from those of existence, life and death to his vocation and prowess for technological innovations. Further, it covers his timeline and offers a peak in to his life.Published on October 19, 2011, this book, in the light of the passing away of Steve Jobs, has sold widely and garnered both popular and critical acclaim. While fans and admirers of Jobs have found this collection of quotes a link to the life and thinking of the visionary, critics have praised the book for its insight wrapped in simplicity. Allen Stern of "Center Networks" has deemed it an informative read, while Courtney Boyd Myers of The Next Web has labelled it an inspiration.About George BeahmGeorge Beahm is a writer from Virginia who mostly writes about topics related to popular culture, and sport figures