This man sold 10% stake in Apple now worth over $95 billion for just $800

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This man sold shares worth over $95 billion for just $800&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspTwitter

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Wayne provided administrative oversight and documentation for the new venture


While both Jobs and Wozniak were young and broke, Wayne had assets, including a house.


Merely twelve days after he joined the venture, Wayne took himself out of the equation and sold his 10% share back to Jobs and Woz

New Delhi: Imagine you have 10% shares of a company that is just starting out and is not even public yet and you sell it all for just Rs 60,000 only to realise that it values over Rs 7.2 lakh crore now! Sounds insane right? Well, this is not an imagination for someone. Most of you must know the company Apple and its co-founder Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. But, do you know there was another co-founder Ronald Wayne, a retired American electronics industry businessman, who co-founded the tech giant as a partnership with Wozniak and Jobs.

Who is Ronald Wayne?

Wayne provided administrative oversight and documentation for the new venture. According to an episode of CNBC’s “The Filthy Rich Guide, Wayne joined Wozniak and Jobs, who were 21 and 25 at the time, to provide the company with “adult …

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