Billionaires: Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Who Made Their Fortune Without Venture Capital

Free 29-MInute Audio Program

Billionaires: Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Who Made Their Fortune Without Venture Capital is an audio program produced by the Silicon Valley Historical Association. Silicon Valley billionaires, Larry Ellison (Founder, Oracle), Scott Cook (Founder, Intuit), and Steve Jobs (Founder, Apple), tell how they stayed in control of their companies after being turned down by venture capitalists and investment bankers. Silicon Valley Historical Association president, John McLaughlin, narrates.

Production Date: October 2015
Format: Audio Program
Playing Time: 29 Minutes

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