February 25, 1955, Steve Jobs is born and given up for adoption by his birth parents, Joane Carole and Abdulfattah Jandali
Jobs co-founds apple with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. The also sell the Apple I for $666.66.
After releasing the Apple I and the Apple II, the company goes public and Jobs's net worth becomes $200 Million
Jobs leaves Apple and sells about $70 million dollars worth of Apple stock, just one year after the Macintosh (1984) was introduced to the public
Jobs buys Graphics Group division, which would become Pixar animations studio, for $10 million.
Jobs becomes the CEO of Apple after returning back to the company in the previous year (1996). He also announces a $150 million dollar investment from Microsoft.
Jobs becomes the CEO of Pixar, and turned it public after "Toy Story" was released. The movie made $192 million in the box office.
Nine months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer Jobs undergoes surgery to remove the tumor
After being on medical leave for the third time, Jobs makes an appearance at an Apple conference for the iPad 2
Steve Jobs dies on October 5, 2011 from pancreatic cancer.