Ronald Gerald Wayne (born May 17, 1934) is an American retired electronics industry business magnate. He co-founded Apple Computer Company (now Apple Inc.) as a partnership with Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs on April 1, 1976, providing administrative oversight and documentation for the new venture.
Wayne’s decision to leave the start-up cost him big. Today, a 10 percent stake in Apple would be worth more than $95 billion. That kind of a fortune would make Wayne one of the richest people...
Who is Ronald Wayne, one of Apple's co-founders? 02:19. PAHRUMP, Nev. --It's well known that Apple started with two guys in a garage. But there was also a third guy: Ronald Wayne.
Ronald Gerald Wayne (born May 17, 1934) is a retired American electronics industry worker. He co-founded Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) with Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. Wayne drew the first Apple logo. He created the partnership agreement. He also wrote the Apple I manual.
Ronald Wayne, one of the three co-founders of Apple Computer. Photo: Getty Images. On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak walked into the home of Ronald Wayne, an engineer they had...
To mark Apple's 40th anniversary, the firm's co-founder Ronald Wayne recalls its beginnings and explains why he gave up 10% stake.
As one of three Apple co-founders, Ronald Wayne theoretically could have been worth more than $48 billion today. Instead, he left the company after a mere 12 days. In his own words, here's why.
Meet the forgotten co-founder of Apple who once owned 10% of the company. On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and a third man you may have never heard of, Ronald Wayne founded the Apple ...
RONALD G. WAYNE – Born in Cleveland, Ohio on May 17, 1934, is a true “Renaissance“ man. He is best known as one of the co-founders of the Apple Computer Company, along with the principle movers of that enterprise, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Homepage of Author, Historian, Engineer and poet, most notable for co-founding the Apple Computer Company along with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. As an Author Ron has written an autobiography titled Adventures of an Apple Founder, A socio-political treatise Insolence of Office, and Counterfeit Trust.