Return to the Little Kingdom: Steve Jobs and the Creation of Apple

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Overlook, Oct 29, 2009 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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In 1984, The Little Kingdom told the story of Apple's first decade alongside the histories of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Now Moritz revisits his classic biography in light of what Apple has become, offering for the first time in paperback the only from the ground up account of Apple's early years.

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Review: Return to the Little Kingdom: Steve Jobs, the Creation of Apple, and How It Changed the World

User Review  - Chai Eng - Goodreads

After reading this book...I wanted to be paert of the Apple revolution!!! A wonderful read. Read full review

Review: Return to the Little Kingdom: Steve Jobs, the Creation of Apple, and How It Changed the World

User Review  - Yashwanth K - Goodreads

After the success of Apple Inc, its really difficult to find books which look at the company in a realistic manner without succumbing to the aura. this is one such book. it is so because it was ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Sir Michael Moritz was born in Cardiff, studied Modern History at Oxford and began his career as a journalist at Time magazine in the US in the late 1970s. It was during this period that he met the young Steve Jobs and began work on the first book about Apple, The Little Kingdom: the Private Story of Apple Computer, which was published in 1984 and has become an industry classic. Moritz co-wrote a second business book, Going for Broke: The Chrysler Story, before changing career in 1986 and joining Sequoia Capital, based in the heart of Silicon Valley, California. In 2009, almost thirty years after it was first published, Moritz revised and expanded his book on Apple in The Return to the Little Kingdom. In 2012 he became chairman of Sequoia Capital. In 2013 he was appointed KBE in the Queen¿s Birthday Honours list for his services to promoting British economy and his family¿s philanthropic work.

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