Steve Jobs was a one-in-a-million entrepreneur who seemed to violate many conventional rules of starting a business and dealing with people, yet undeniably achieved great success. According to various reasonably credible reports, including his authorized self-titled biography “Steve Jobs,” by Walter Isaacson, he often ignored customer input, berated team members, and misused key business relationships.





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Written by lyceum
410 days ago

I like to be a contrarian! ;)



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