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Steve Case is described as "a pioneer in making the Internet part of everyday life" on the website of his investment company, Revolution. Who else qualifies for that characterization more than Case's longtime friend and fellow entrepreneur, Steve Jobs?
In this TrendWatch episode, Inc.com's Christine Lagorio sits down with Steve Case, who co-founded AOL in 1985, to reminisce about Jobs--and his example.
Case revisits 1996, when Jobs returned to Apple and "most people had given up on" the company. He talks about a couple years later, when Jobs called begging for AOL to work more with Apple, as well as a deal for Apple to license AOL's instant-messaging software.
Watch the video to hear Case himself talk about—despite Jobs's tremendous successes—what his failures can teach entrepreneurs today, as well as the last time he ever saw Jobs.
In this week's TrendWatch Facts & Figures, times Case and Jobs crossed paths.
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