How Steve Jobs Saved Apple

How Steve Jobs Saved Apple

By The Editors of New Word City

  • Release Date : 2010-10-13
  • Genre : Management & Leadership
  • FIle Size : 3.32 MB
Score: 3.5
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How Steve Jobs Saved Apple After being fired from Apple, co-founder Steve Jobs came back as CEO when the company was in trouble.  His turnaround made it one of America’s -- indeed, the world’s -- most admired and successful businesses, transformed entire industries, and changed our way of life with the iPod, iPhone, and iPad.  Here, in this brief eBook, is how he did it -- and his lessons for leaders everywhere.


  • Great, but...

    By Drew Stock
    It is great, I enjoyed it... But I think I could of found this online for free
  • 3 Apples that changed the world.

    By Mr Big ARMENIAN Nose
    3 times the Apple has changed the course of history. 1st time- the apple that Eve tempted Adam, 2nd- the apple that fell from the tree and woke up Newton's imagination, 3rd- the apple that gave immortality to Steve Jobs! Armen Kaloyan
  • Quick and useful

    By Mark997
    This book was as no-nonsense and elegant as an Apple product -- a good, quick read.
  • Excellent!!!!

    By Brandon/Mj
    It's about further into the company of apple and a really a excellent I recommend u buying it its 52 pages but if u turn it side ways it's 61 or 62 pages so excellent book
  • Short

    By Michell Gardner
    I bought this book expecting a biography on Steve Jobs. I merely got a 20 page book that had nearly nothing. The chapters kare a page a piece and I who don't usually read, read this book in about ten minutes. I expected at minimum a 150 page book. Very, very disappointed
  • Great short book!

    By KCj1973
    Great insights into Steve Jobs and Apple. Fast, easy read with applicable lessons to any business.
  • Jobs Before the Hype

    By GraceMay
    Well written, fast read with lessons for everyone in business. Recommended.
  • Seriously...:(

    By nextJobs
    Its not worth it. It's not a book but an article compiled out of known magazines. You will not know anything about Steve Jobs from this book that you haven't heard or read. Sad...