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steve jobs 1998 profitable

Steve's first use of the phrase onstage had little to do with new hardware and everything to do with Apple's earnings. At the end of a 90-minute speech, Jobs off-handedly remarked, "Oh, and one more thing... we're profitable." With $45 million of net income that quarter, it was the first time Apple had managed a profit in over two years.


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