Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft Corp., spoke about some of the leadership qualities of Steve Jobs, as he acknowledged that the late co-founder of Apple might be a “fool” But at the same time he said no one could match Jobs “in terms of choosing talent, over-stimulation of that talent, and a sense of determination.”
Gates said that “Jobs” provided some incredibly positive things together with the strong durability of their products.
According to Bloomberg, Gates said Jobs was able to upset Apple, which he said was “on the road to death,” through some distinctive products, when he returned to the company he co-founded in 1997, as Jobs’ return to Apple has led to a series of highly successful products ranging from the iMac G3 and continuing with the iMac G4, iPod, iPhone and iPad, released between 1997 and 2010.
IPhone has become the company’s largest producer and one of the most popular consumer electronics in the world, and the success of these products has led to a very healthy rise in the company’s valuation. Last year, Apple became the first publicly traded US company worth $ 1 trillion.