This is a must see interview.

When Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded Apple in 1976, they couldn’t be trusted to run the company.

So, Mike Markkula, Apple’s first backer, and the man that guided the company early on, brought in a CEO to do the adult things needed to keep a company running. His choice for CEO was Michael Scott, who had previously worked with him at Fairchild. > Go to Interview

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