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  2. Wozniak was introduced to Jobs by Fernandez, who attended Homestead High School with Jobs in 1971. Jobs and Wozniak became friends when Jobs worked for the summer at HP, where Wozniak, too, was employed, working on a mainframe computer. "We first met in 1971 during my college years, while he was in high school.

  3. ny builders such as David Packard, Masaru Ibuka of Sony, George Merck of Merck, William McKnight of 3M, and Paul Galvin of Motorola understood that it is more important to know who you are than where you are going, for where you are going will change as the world around you changes. Leaders die, products become obsolete, markets change,

  4. Founders - Masaru Ibuka, Akio Morita First location - Tokyo, Japan After World War II, Sony founder Masaru Ibuka invented a product to try and serve the millions of homes who had electricity but lacked the appliances to use it. The result was this electric rice cooker.

  5. Ralph Henry Baer (born Rudolf Heinrich Baer; March 8, 1922 – December 6, 2014) was a German-American inventor, game developer, and engineer.. Baer's family fled Germany just before World War II and Baer served the American war effort, gaining an interest in electronics shortly thereafter.

  6. › marketing-mix-4ps-and-7psMarketing Mix 4Ps and 7Ps

    May 09, 2014 · Video Conference Devices PCSG70S – 4 Mbps High-End Video Communication System (Codec Only) U.S. List price $8,200.00; Sony Marketing Mix Introduction. Sony was founded in 1945 by partners Masaru Ibuka, (an engineer), and Akio Morita, (a physicist),and was originally named Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering).

  7. The Sony Walkman was not created to satisfy any identified consumer demand for portable music, but in response to a request from Sony Co-founder Masaru Ibuka for a convenient way to listen to opera. A Sony designer got to work on the special request, and the result was one of Sony’s most successful products of all time (Franzen 2014).

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