If you’ve ever wondered how Apple went from two guys in a garage to a multi-billion dollar company, the first steps are now on display at the Computer History Museum. The IPO was donated by Mike Markkula, Apple’s first investor, who at one time was president of the company (and owned 1/3 of Apple).  The 30-page business plan was donated by Dan Kottke, Apple’s first employee.  He  built and tested the Apple I computer that Wozniak and Jobs had conceived in Jobs garage in 1976. 

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