Former Apple Employee Shares Incredible Story of Accidentally Stealing Steve Jobs' MacBook From His Office
On a recent episode of The Eavesdrop podcast with Hector Rodriguez, shared on Reddit, Apple’s former vice president of mobile advertising Andy Miller shared an incredible story about accidentally stealing Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ laptop, mouse, and mouse pad during a heated meeting in Jobs’ office.
The story truly speaks for itself and begins at the 44 minute mark. Miller uses a few explicit words, so a fair warning that the video may be NSFW:
Miller joined Apple upon selling his mobile advertising company Quattro Wireless to the iPhone maker for $275 million in late 2009, reporting directly to Jobs. Miller remained at Apple until late 2011 and later served as an executive at motion-controller startup Leap Motion between 2012 and 2014.
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