The Founder Of Atari Could Have Owned 1/3 Of Apple — But Turned Steve Jobs Down

Atari founder Nolan Bushnell turned down Steve Jobs’ offer to own one third of Apple for just a $50,000 investment.  After getting hired as an Atari technician, Jobs developed the successful game Breakout with Steve Wozniak. After getting the idea for Apple, Job’s quit and asked Bushnell for $50,000 for a share of the company — an offer he turned down, that would be worth billions today.

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