Wozniak


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 (wŏz′nē-ăk′), Stephen Born 1950.
American computer engineer who cofounded Apple Computers (1975).

Wozniak

(ˈwɒznɪæk)
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(Biography) Steve, full name Stephan Gary Wozniak. born 1950, US computer scientist and executive: co-founder (with Steve Jobs, 1976) of Apple Inc
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After leaving his full-time job at Apple in 1985, Wozniak became a philanthropist, an entrepreneur, and technology developer, and champion of education.
BlackHawk brings advanced capabilities, including global sourcing, an international distribution channel and a dynamic marketing and sales team," said Wozniak, who is also the founder of Dynamic Entry.
Bipolar disorder often is overlooked because a majority of children with symptoms of bipolar disorder also may meet the criteria for more commonly known childhood disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) (NIMH; Popper, 1996), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), and conduct disorder (CD) (Kovacs & Pollock, 1995; NIMH), as well as anxiety disorders (Bashir, Russell, & Johnson, 1987; Wozniak et al.
Call center positions can be very stressful because so many of the types of calls are not necessarily pleasurable sales calls, but people upset with problems," such as customers objecting to a bill or someone who can't get service, said Joseph Wozniak, chief financial officer of Disability Management Employer Coalition.
The boys Junior 16 quad of Bing Bagley, Max Wozniak, Elliot Southern and Luke Shackleton took the honours.
Wozniak Industries celebrated the 130th anniversary of its Commercial Forged Products (CPF) company late last year by unveiling its latest capital investment.
Aqua Vie, Gillespie and Wozniak also offered millions of shares of Aqua Vie's common stock publicly, without any registration statement in effect as to the offering, the SEC said.
Janet Wozniak said at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Steve Wozniak, the technical visionary and co-founder of Apple Computer, announced recently the launch of Wheels of Zeus (wOz), a new company focused on designing new consumer electronics wireless products to help everyday people track everyday things.
Bill Hewlett, David Packard, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak experiment in their garages and change the world, creating untold amounts of wealth as knowledge workers are empowered to find ever new ways of creating, disseminating and working with intellectual capital.