Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs had an idea for a new type of computer, like nothing that had ever been developed before, and a new type of business model. There was much resistance to Job’s ideas and business model, but in the end, his company Apple proved successful beyond everyone’s imagination. Apple, Inc., the late Steve Jobs’ creation, almost went belly-up, but the his vision and persistence turned it into a dominator in the computer, electronics, and online services industry.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin. In 1995 two Stanford University PhD students, Larry Page, 22, and Sergey Brin, 21, met and began collaborating on a new search engine. In 1997 they registered the domain name Google, and operated their business out of a garage until 1999 when they moved into a physical office. It now seems as though there is little that Google doesn’t do. Google, Inc. is now a world- renowned multinational technology company specializing in Internet services, e-mail, cloud storage, and a novel advertising scheme called Adwords. Google, Inc. now operates out of its headquarters in Northern California, called Googleplex. Its creative and innovative business model is reflected in its mission statement.

Noah Glass, Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams. In 2005 Noah Glass created a product that transformed a message left on a smartphone voicemail to an MP3 audio message on the Internet. With the financial help of ex-Googler Evan Williams, Glass’ creation became the basis for a new startup called Odeo—a podcasting platform that Glass ran out of his apartment. But Odeo became instantly obsolete when Apple announced that iTunes newest update would include a podcasting platform. That’s when Odeo team member and developer Jack Dorsey came forward with another idea he’d been working on for months. Dorsey’s idea involved people texting their statuses (what they were doing right then) to a number that would broadcast the status to all of their friends. At first, the concept of broadcasting one’s status was a little difficult to understand, but with Glass and Dorsey’s passion and persistence, in time the idea caught on. what was originally called Twttr, eventually became Twitter, a microblogging social media platform. Twitter originally ran on Glass’ IBM Thinkpad with a Verizon wireless card, but when San Francisco experienced a small earthquake in the fall of 2006 and people used Twitter to notify others, the fledgling social media platform took off. Twitter is now worth over $15 billion and boasts over 300 million active monthly users.

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